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Largest Machinery House in the Southern States 

Southern Saw & Machinery Works 

OFFICES AND SALESROOMS: 

103 SOUTH FORSYTH ST., ATLANTA, GA. 

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ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



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OFFICES AND SALESROOMS: 

103 SOUTH FORSYTH ST., ATLANTA, GA. 

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Model A. % Ton, Chasis . $1,200.00 
Model B. \% Ton, Chasis . 2,400.00 

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CITY SALESROOM*. 

OFFICE and PLANT : FOSTER ST. and N., C. & s i . ^ 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



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S. VALDES 



Founder and proprietor of a large Cigar 
factory in Cuba, known by the name 

Fernandes & Valdes Cigar Co. 

also a dealer in LEAF TOBACCO in Cuba, 
with a large experience in Havana Cigars 
and Leaf Tobacco business, has at present a 

Clear Habana Cigar 
Factory 

, in this city at 

4/ 2 SOUTH BROAD ST. 

Bell Phone M-4362 



THESE CIGARS which you will find on 
sale at all first-class cigar stands in the city 
are made of the best Leaf Tobacco that 
Cuba produces; bought and imported 
direct by S. VALDES. (J15 

TRY THEM and you will find that there 
may be some as good, but none better in 
the world. 



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BELL PHONE MAIN 5 30 6 

SOUTHERN WIRE & IRON WORKS 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Bank and Office Railing, Elevator Enclosures 

Window Guards, Balcony Railing, Wicker Work, Wickets 

Anistic Grill Work, Wire and Iron Work 

of Every Description 

OFFICE AND FACTORY; 53, 55, 57, 59 Martin Street, Corner East Fair 

Atlanta, Ga., Aug, 16, 1912. 

Mr. J. W. Hill, Mgr. 

Atlanta City Directory, 
City. 
Dear Sir: 

In response to your letter of the 
13th. inst., we wish to state in reply 
that our ad in this year's City Directory 
was the best paying advertising investment 
we ever made. 

We have had already sufficient re- 
sults from it out of the city to pay for it 
many times over. 

Furthermore we had an order of 
$150.00 from Crystal River, Fla. , which came 
directly from it. 

As evidence to our satisfaction, 
we herewith enclose contract for three 
times as much advertising in next year's 
directory. 

Yours truly, 

Southern Wire & Iron Works. 



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WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



.A66ing Mtacfyines 



THE 



Dalton 



Adds 
Divides 
Subtracts 
Multiplies 

Calculates 

— figures interest, makes out monthly 
statements, printing name of month, 
date and amount at one operation, prints 
and adds two columns at once when de- 
sired, makes out pay rolls, giving the 
operator's number and amount, verifies 
invoices and furnishes visible proof 
thereof, and performs various other 
mathematical calculations with a speed 
and accuracy that is almost beyond be- 
lief. It has but ten keys and the items 
are listed and added without the oper- 
ator having to give any thought to the 
numerical order, the construction of the 
machine being such that it automatic- 
ally performs this function. 




Ask either of the following firms what they think of it. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



ATLANTA OFFICE: 103 N. Pry or St. 
C. A. DEAN, Sales Manager 



Bell Phone 
Ivy 42S6 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



.Automobiles 




Bell Phone West-180 
Atlanta Phone 392 



Atlanta Automobile 
Top & Trimming Co. 



Manufacturers of 

Automobile, Carriage and Buggy Tops, 

Cushions, Backs, Storm Aprons, Top 

Covers and Seat Linings, Etc. 

Jobbers in 

Automobile Supplies 
OILS and GREASES of all kinds 

759 Whitehall Street 





Ask Your 

Dealer 

for 

Our Goods 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
JTitd a 1 ^ W i: I d^, MENTI0N THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



.Automobiles 



BUICK 



for 1913 

IVIore Power \ 

IVIore Speed 

IVIore Refinements / 

More Beauty for LESS mm 

More Ease 

IVIore Car 

More Satisfaction 



Over a hundred thousand Buick Cars have been built, and sold, and we chal- 
lenge the producing of a single worn out Buick Car, or a single instance where 
one has been permanently laid aside by reason of its owner being unable to 
secure parts from any of our Factory Branches or Distributors, who are located 
in every important trading centre in the United States and Canada, to say 
nothing of hundreds of permanent Buick Dealers in every city and hamlet in 
the country, where Buick supplies and parts are kept for the convenience of 
Buick owners. 

In this, the largest Automobile Factory in the world, nothing is built but high 
grade automobiles, complete, from the finest raw materials the market affords, 
including motors, radiators, frames, wheels, transmissions, front and rear 
axles, springs, bodies, fenders, drop forgings, tops and trimmings; in fact, the 
car complete, even including bolts, nuts and cap screws. 

This immense factory with its facilities, modern machinery and ample capital 
is a continual guarantee that a Buick Car will never be discarded for want of 
parts for replacements, for, at reasonable prices and convenient places of de- 
livery, duplicate parts may be obtained for any Bjick Car that has ever been 
built. 

THE ATLANTA BRANCH shows a full line 
and offers every service that any owner 
can reasonably expect. 

Your inspection is cordially invited. 



BUICK MOTOR COMPANY 

241 Peachtree Street 

" When Better Automobiles are Built— Buick will Build Them" 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



.Automobiles 



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Colgate & Co li.n e 21 uf our triu'ks of various load capacities in sei vice in 
= New York City alone = 

| Mack Saurer Hewitt | 

Proved by 12 years Proved by 17 years Proved by 10 years 

of real use of real use of real use = 

"Leading gasoline trucks of the world" 

Who else can give you such | 

1 equipment ? I 

1. Trucks proved by 10, 12 and 17 years of 
service. | 

2. Choice of 1, 1 %, 2, 3, 4, 4^, 5, 6%, 
*] l /i and 10 tons capacity with any load 
distribution, and any style of body. 

Answer: Nobody else. 1 

That's why we say you can't afford to settle your 3 
transportation problem without consulting us. 

Write for truck-information applied to your business 

International Motor Company 
912 Candler Building Atlanta Georgia 

j= General Offices Works = 

Broadway and 57th St New Vork Allentown Pa; Plainfield N J 

Sales and Service Stations: New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Cleveland 

Cincinnati, Buffalo, Baltimore, Newark. St. Louis, Atlanta, Kansas City = 

Denver, San Francisco, Los Angeles and other large cities 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



.Automobiles 



This Price List Effective Dec. 10, 1912 

Just Received Large Lot 

Automobile Tires 

of several well known standard makes 

New and Fresh we Guarantee free from Buckles and 
Mould Pinches, and when you get the standard Seiland 
Duck in Tires without these deficiencies, you get a casing 
that will wear as a rule with any casing made. Possibly 
25 ( /( of these casings will run slightly Surface Blemished, but 
this will in no way bar their wearing qualities. Remember 
these are not old odds and ends, but real Clean Fresh Tires 
and away below in Price what such goods have ever been 
offered for. 



SIZE 


CASE 


SIZE 


CASE 


28x3 


$ 7.90 


31x4 


$16.90 


30x3 


8.90 


32x4 


17.90 


32x3 


8.50 


33x4 


18.90 


29x3 1-2 


11.50 


34x4 


19.90 


30x3 1-2 


11.90 


35x4 


19.90 


31x3 1-2 


12.40 


36x4 


19.00 


32x3 1-2 


12.90 


35x4 1-2 


25.90 


34x3 1-2 


13.90 


36x4 1-2 


27.50 


30x4 


15.90 


37x4 1-2 


27.90 



We will ship these Tires C. 0. D. subject to examina- 
tion. We carry all the standard make tubes, also have 
some slightly Blemished Fresh Standard Tubes at about 1-2 
the price of Firsts. We guarantee them Air tight, and they 
will give excellent service. The above casings, we will if 
you desire sell Guaranteed for 3,500 miles, 10% less than 
Goodrich Consumers List. Now send us your orders either 
for these Tires with the Guarantee, or at the list as quoted 
above, UNGUARANTEED, and you will be more than pleased 
with the Tires we ship you. 

We have the above in Plain and Non Skid, Clincher, 
Q. D. and Dunlap Casing. 

McPherson Auto Tire Go. 

46 Auburn Avenue 

PHONE IVY 3339 ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



.Automobiles 



" TIMETEST " 

( NOT A " COLD-CORE " MAKE SHIFT ) 

Ends Tire Troubles 



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Timetest " is the only Patented Vegetable Compound Filler. 
All others are Infringements and Imitations. 

Every Motorist wll confirm the fact that tire expense 
is the greatest part of the up-keep cost of his Car. 

" TIMETEST " is the Remedy 



MADE UNDER PATENTEES LICENSE BY THE 

Puncture-Proof Tire Company 

HEADQUARTERS 

40 Auburn Ave. ATLANTA Phone Ivy 592 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU "WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



^Automobiles 



OXYGEN-ACETYLENE WELDING 

of every and anything in metals — 
every weld we make 

is Absolutely Guaranteed to HOLD 



Prices Reasonable, and a Big Saving. 

All Work Given Personal and Prompt Attention. 

PHONE IVY 5367 



WRITE OR PHONE US 

ATLANTA WELDING COMPANY 

74 IVY STREET 



Automobiles Painted 

BY 

W. S. LUNGER 

Best Equipped Shop in the South 
All Work Guaranteed to be First-Class in Every Respect 

18 Rogers Street 

One Block from Hayes Station SOUTH KIRKWOOD 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



.Automobiles 



Radiator, Lamp, Windshield, 

Fender, Oil and Gas Line 
Repairing 

EXPERT LABOR— WORK GUARANTEED 

BOTH PHONES 

ATLANTA RADIATOR CO. 

C. C. CAWLEY, Prop. 

76 IVY STREET 



Autogenous Welding 

Cracked Cylinders, Broken Cranks and Cases, 
Frames, and all other parts of Autos and Ma- 
chinery of all kinds and in all Metals, Autog- 
enous Welded. Work First-Class and Guaranteed. 

Automobile and General Repairing 

Metal Welding Company 

86 Garnett St., ATLANTA, GA. 

J. B. GOSS, Mgr. Phone Main 3013 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



^Automobiles 



Georgian Terrace Garage 

53-55-57 EAST THIRD STREET 

PHONE IVY 298 



SERVICE — SATISFACTION 
STORAGE, REPAIRS, SUPPLIES 



The largest and most 
modernly equipped Ga- 
rage in the South. 



Direct Telephone con- 
nection to the Georgian 
Terrace Hotel. 



North Side Office of 

The Belle-Isle Automobile Rent Service 



Down-town Office, 4 LUCKIE ST., Opp. Piedmont 

PHONES: Ivy 5190, Atlanta 1598. A. L. BELLE-ISLE, Prop. 



RUNYAN & LEE 

Garage 

C EXPERT MECHANICAL WORK on Gas 
and Electric Cars. 

C Garage FULLY EQUIPPED with the best 
material for Welding, Lead Burning and all 
necessary requirements for Repairs. 



PHONE 
MAIN 3810 



56 Edgewood Ave. 



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IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



.Automobiles 



LESS THAN ONE YEAR OLD 

SALES TO OCTOBER 31st, 1912 

Automobile Oils— 86,199 Gallons Automobile Soap — 26,065 pounds 

Automobile Greases — 61,375 pounds 

This means that there is a demand here for the right kind 
of oils; and we supply the demand 

THE PRODUCTS THAT MADE US GROW 

AUTO OILS 

TRIPLE "E" Light, Medium and Heavy 
DOUBLE " E," Light, Medium and Heavy 
SINGLE " E," Light, Medium and Heavy 
"A" TRANSMISSION OIL 
" B " TRANSMISSION OIL 
REED'S MOTORCYCLE OIL 

Compression Cup Grease Semi-Fluid Grease Fibre Transmission Grease 
Graphite Semi-Fluid Grease Graphite Transmission Grease 

Automobile Soap "Easy-Shine" Metal Polish 



REED OIL- 



Resurfacing Fluid 

COMPANY 



OFFICE AND WORKS: 266 West North Avenue 



Johnson- Ge winner 
Company 



Motor Car Accessories 
Supplies and Apparel 

Millinery and Novelties 
Raincoats a Specialty 



124 Peachtree St. 

Opposite Candler Building 
PHONE 2023 



Auto Oil & 
Gasoline Co. 



Lubricants, 
Oils and 
Gasoline 



James L. Carroll, Mgr. 

Phone: Bell 2549 Ivy 

71 N. FORSYTH ST. 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



.Automobiles 



J. M DOBBS 
W. A. DOBBS 



Phone Ivy 5646 



C. W. DOBBS 
R. C. LEES 



Dobbs Tire Repair 
Company 

226 PEACHTREE STREET 



REPAIRS a AND m SELL |of TIR £ S ^^ TUBES 



RETREADING A SPECIALTY. All orders receive 
prompt and personal attention. Work sent for and 
delivered. Out-of-town work solicited. A trial is all 
we ask. 



Automobile 
Owners 



will discover to their profit that the 
"ELCO" trade-mark will save them 
more money, more time, and more 
worry than any other supply line 
on the market. 



Elyea - Austell Co. 

35 NORTH PRYOR STREET 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



.Automobiles an.6 .A6v£rUsin3 Mtacfyines 



PIERCE- ARROW 
CHALMERS 
HUPMOBILE 
—MOTOR CARS 



JOHN IM. SMITH 

120-122-124 AUBURN AVENUE 



Acme Display & Advertising 
Machine Company 

Manufacturers of 

ELECTRIC MOTOR DRIVEN 
ADVERTISING MACHINES 

with changeable lights for Stores and Public Places, 
using cards or interchangeable glass plates in a continu- 
ous roll. (§ Desirable for outdoor advertising, Store 
Windows, Public Halls, etc. <I Write us for particulars. 



323 Austell Building 



"WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



takers 



Come and Eat Bread 
With Us! 



C We have a baking capacity of many thou- 
sand loaves a day. 

C We have 5 ovens of 256 square feet each. 

C We mix 5 barrels of flour at a batch. 

C. We can store 10,000 barrels at a time. 

C We do practically all our work by me- 
chanical means. 

CL. We have the most modern and sanitary 
bread baking plant in Georgia, and 

we want you to see our plant 

C. You will be interested, pleased and edi- 
fied, and we will be delighted to have you eat 
some of our bread while visiting us. 

C Come at any hour, any day, in any size 
party and be sure and bring the children. 

C. A warm welcome and a bite to eat is yours. 



New South Bakery 

Gordon St. Cor. Murphy Ave. 

Take Whitehall— West End Cars 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



takers 

JAMES M. BROWN JESSE BROWNLEE 

PURE CREAM BREAD 

The Pride Q nu fU 
of the*? Oil U III 

MADE ONLY BY THE 

GATE CITY BAKING CO. 

BROWN & BROWNLEE, Props. 

302 PIEDMONT AVENUE 

PHONE ATLANTA 5792-A 



BLACK TYPE 



<I The names appearing in BLACK TYPE in this directory represent 
the energy ind enterprise of the city and it is a pleasure for the pub- 
lishers of this directory to have the opportunity to make the public 
acquainted with them. Those in black type are the people who 
accomplish the wonders in business here and make Atlanta what it 
is. They recognize and support all the public necessities and things 
needful to improve and serve a CITY of Atlanta's magnificent 
possibilities. They are not the drones and sponges who never support 
anything, but seek rather to gain by others' hard work and money. 
When you patronize those in blade type you patronize men and 
firms who will PATRONIZE YOU in the same broad manner that 
you patronize them. 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
'F YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



The Oldest National Bank in the Cotton States 

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ATLANTA 

NATIONAL BANK 

NUMBER 1559 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 

PHONES : Bell Main 977 Atlanta 281 

DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY 
OF THE UNITED STATES 



CAPITAL 


$1,000,000.00 


SURPLUS AND UN- \ 
DIVIDED PROFITS j 


$1,230,000.00 


OFFICERS 




CHAS. E. CURRIER. President GEO. 
F. E. BLOCK, Vice-President J. S. 
JAMES S. HLOYD, Vice-President J. D. 


R. DONOVAN, Cashier 
KENNEDY, Assistant Cashier 
LEITNER, Assistant Cashier 


DIRECTORS 




C. E. CURRIER JACK J. SPALDING 
F. E. BLOCK GEO. R. DONOVAN 
A. R. SWAN W. F. WINECOFF 


JAS. S. FLOYD 
AUSTELL THORNTON 
E. H. INMAN 



WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE 



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IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
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We are brief specialists WATK,NS * L * T,MER ..^1. 

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128-142 Marietta St. Phone Main 1485 Atlanta, Ga. 



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Carries a Complete and Up- 
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THE 

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445 Marietta St., ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



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PINKERTON & CO. 

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A department of Spelman Seminary, a school for Negro girls 

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CHARGES. Moderate, quoted on application. 
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Many send their servants here for treatment. 

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Cfjapman & IXafcern 

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Our Wagons Call for and Deliver Clothes to 
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W. H. COPPEDGE, Manager 
Corner South Forsyth and Trinity 

BOTH PHONES 471 



Transparent Handle 

Novelty Knives 

With your name and address, 
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THE HARRISON COMPANY 

Publishers and Law Booksellers 

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Kimballville 
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The Home of Registered Jersey 
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Visitors welcome at all times. 

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WILL. V. ZIMMER, Proprietor 

IVY 41S9-J 



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r ilUIlCd AILANTA 2241 



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157 Whitehall St. 





Grow Mushrooms 



Bell Phones 3323 also 3325-J Atlanta Phone 1326 



GEO. MOORE 

Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in 

PURE ICE CREAM, SHER- 
BETS, ICES and HIGH- 
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We Manufacture Our Own Prod- 
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for Purity, Cleanliness and High- 
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62P9 N. Western Avenue Chlcago c Illinois. 

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THE WHITFIELD MEDICINE COMPANY 

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manufacturers WHITFIELD'S GUARANTEED REMEDIES 

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Offices and Laboratory: 403 Edgewood Avenue 

THE WHITFIELD MEDICINE CO., inc ., ATLANTA, GA. 



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Correct Combinations of Foods Cure 
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AGENTS— You can make $60 every 

Week Selling Mendets This wonderful invention is 

positively one of the best agent propositions in the world. Simply 
show the lady of the house some article you have mended with the 
Mendets and after you have demonstrated how quickly, easily and 
neatly the leak can be mended, you have made a sale beyond a doubt. 

IMPORTANT — Many of our agents do repairing in connection with their can 
vassing, and what they receive from this alone nets them a splendid davs wages. 




CHEAPER 
THAN SOLDER 




Mendets and Wrench. 




Sample Box, 10c. Complete box of assorted sizes, 25c postpaid. 



COLLETTE MFG. CO. 

Box 54, Dept. A AMSTERDAM, N. Y. 



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Mention this Directory when Patronizing; our Advertinern. 

ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY. 



Mtottuments 



CHEROKEE MARBLE 
and GRANITE WORKS 

R. M. STOKES, Proprietor 
MONUMENTAL DESIGNERS and ARCHITECTS 

DEALERS IN 

Georgia Marble and Granite 

Tombstones and Cemetery Work 
FINE MONUMENTAL WORK A SPECIALTY 



OFFICE AND YARD : 

Hunter and Terry Streets 
Phone, Bell 1808 



T. G. SPEARMAN 



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Marble and Granite 
Monuments 



Walls, Coping, Vases, 
Chairs and Settees 



My Material and Work the Best. 
My Prices are the Kind You Like. 



405 EAST HUNTER ST 



Bell Phone Main 
2640-L 



AT OAKLAND 
CEMETERY GATE 



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Mention this Directory when Patronizing our Advertisers. 

ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY. 



MtulUgrapl)ut3 



Getting Business 

Is Done By 

Going After It! 

MULTIGRAPH 



There are two ways to "Go After Business." 
One is in Person, the other by correspondence. 
The first is sure but COSTLY. The second 
can be made sure and very CHEAP. YOU 
CAN TALK BUSINESS TO A MAN BY 
MAIL AS CHEAP AS YOU CAN RIDE A 
MILE ON THE RAILROAD. 
You can talk to one hundred men through the 
mails as easy as you can talk to one man by 
Going in person. 

But you say can a letter be written that will 
get the business? We say YES. AND WE 
KNOW. THAT'S OUR BUSINESS, AND WE 
OUGHT TO KNOW OUR BUSINESS. 
The secret is in making your letters PER- 
SONAL. You say can you make a letter per- 
sonal, and make them by the thousands. We 
CERTAINLY CAN. With our multigraphing 
equipment we can make thousands of letters 
that can not be detected from a personally dic- 
tated, personally typewritten letter. 
If you want Business to come to your desk, in- 
stead of your having to go out and RUN IT 
DOWN, let us explain to you HOW IT IS 
BEING DONE. 

BELL PHONE IVY 1436 

ACME LETTER COMPANY 

J. B. HUCKABEE, Manager 

417 WESLEY MEMORIAL BUILDING 



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Mention this Directory when Patronizing our Advertisers. 

ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY. 



MtulUgrapfying anb Office Supplies 



Eficctive Advertising 

The most effective means of reaching a man's 
attention is by a personal interview, but in 99 
cases out of every 100 this is impracticable. 

The next best is by direct correspondence 
and where 10 or more men are to be reached with 
the same letter— the MULTIGRAPH is indispens- 
able. 

IVIultigrapHing is our Business. 

Give us a trial and you will entrust all your copy work to 
our care. Mailing list of any description furnished from 
any city. If quality and quantity are desired, send your 
work to the largest and most up-to-date plant in the South. 

BRADY & CO. ■Jftr 1016 Atlanta Nat'l Bank Bldg. 



BUSINESS TOOLS 

FOR EVERY PURPOSE 

DESKS, CHAIRS, FILING DEVICES, STORE, 
OFFICE and BANK FIXTURES 

OFFICE SUPPLIES 

LOOSE LEAF GOODS— BLANK BOOKS 



COMPLETE COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT 



HORNE-CANDLER CO. 

"THE HOUSE THAT WANTS YOUR BUSINESS" 

84 N. PRYOR STREET PHONE M. 589 



We tJuarantee you against Loss and Misrepresentation If you will 
Mention this Direetory when Patronizing our Advertisers. 

Vll.WTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY. 



"paper drinking (Tups 



The National Drinking 
Cup Company 



Manufacturers of 

Individual Sanitary 

Paper Drinking 
Cups 

G. The Cup without Glue 
Seams or Paraffine. 

C For SODA FOUNTS and 
all PUBLIC DRINKING 
PLACES. 




Patented 



Phone M-3424 
506 WHITEHALL ST. 



A post card will bring 1()0 cups to 
prospective users, free of charge 



The Queen City Paper 

Company 



Bookbinders' and Boxmakers' 
Supplies and Papers 



Interlaken Book Cloth— Queen Special Cowhide— 
Simonds Moroccos— Sticktite Flexible Glue— Queen 
Check Book Cover— Boxboard of everv Description 
—Sales Agents for American Straw Board Company 



515-517-519 Eggloton Ave., Cincinnati, 0. 



AYe Guarantee you ajjainst LOM and Misrepresentation if you will 
Mention this Directory when Patronizing our Advertisers. 

ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY. 



"painter 



William E. Greenlea 

Decorator and Painter 



SIGN WRITING 
INTERIOR DECORATING 
HOUSE PAINTING 
KALSOMINING 
FLOOR FINISHING 
PAPER HANGING 



All Work Guaranteed to he Strictly 
First-Class 

All Orders Will Receive Prompt and 
Personal Attention 



74 E. Hunter Street 



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Mention this Directory when Patronizing our Advertisers. 

ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY. 



faints 



The Tripod Paint Co. 

MA NUFACTURERS 

Pure Ready-Mixed Paints, Century White Lead 

Aurora Tinted Lead, Tri-Pa-Co Shingle Stains 

Roof Paints, Floor Paints, Colors, S ains, Etc. 



Ikafltom 



Sanitary Wall Finish 

Washable Flat 
Wall Paint 



STORE and OFFICE: FACTORY: 

37-39 N. Pryor St. 169 S. Forsyth St. 




The Evolution of a Great Idea 

Its Stupendous Value to Humanity is being Daily Demonstrated. 

The PSYCHOMOTOR is a simple mechanical device linking thought to material expression in a way to make 
eisure hours a source of delight and profit. 

Like the Typewriter, the Telegraph and the Telephone, it serves a purpose. It meets the logical requirement 
of a visible and objective assistant to mental and physical realization. 

It is applicable to every phase of human life and expression. 

It is an integral part of THE SHELDON LEAVITT METHODS. 

For the 111 it is more Curative than Medicine ; for the Unhappy it is a Wellspring of Joy, 
and for the Unsuccessful it is a help to Better Things. 

It is a means of curing many a heartache, removing many a pain, giving strength to 
the weak, courage to the fainthearted and prosperity to the poor. 

It is a boon to everybody. 

We shall be glad to tell you about it. 

Address MAGNUM BONUM ASSOCIATION, <Dept. D) 4665 Lake Avenue, Chicago. 



"pl)oto Supplies 



THE OLD RELIABLE PLACE 

To Have Your Eyes Examined and Glasses Fitted 



Toric Lenses 

Invisible Bifocals 

Tinted Lenses 

Opera Glasses 




"Hawkes" Finger Piece 

Eye Glass Mounting 

Shell Library Frames 

Lorgnettes 



ESTABLISHED 1870 



Agents for the Wonderful 

EDISON HOME KINETOSCOPE 

A genuine moving pic- 
ture machine — the same 
as the big commercial 
machines, only smaller. 
Our system of film ex- 
change makes it possi- 
ble to have new films as 
often as you like. So 
simple a child can oper- 
ate it. As an Educator 
in the Home, schools, 
churches, and colleges its impressions are effective and last- 
ing and as a pure Home entertainer its equal has not and 
probably never will be produced. 




FREE attractive booklet descriptive of machine, 
plan of film exchange, price, etc., for the asking. 



We carry a big stock of the genuine Eastman Kodaks 
and Premo Cameras. Fresh Films, Plates, Papers, Chem- 
icals. First Class Finishing and Enlarging. Send for Kodak 
Catalog and finishing price list. 

A. K. HAWKES CO. 

OPTICIANS 

14 WHITEHALL ST. 



We Guarantee you against Loss and Misrepresentation If you vrill 
Mention this Directory when Patronizing- our Advertisers. 

ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY, 



Southern Multigraphing Company 

PROMPT SERVICE— WORK GUARANTEED 
224 Brown -Randolph Building 
Bell Phone Main 992 or 3392 

a*i ♦ r Every Day 
Atlanta, Ga., in the Year# 

Subject: Mult 1 -typewrit ir. . 

Mr. Business Man:- 

Dear Sir:- 

If you wished to bring an 
important matter before a customer, 
yon would not send hira anything that 
looked like a circular— you'd write 
him a personal letter, wouldn't you? 

Write this one letter, and 
let us Multi )h it, giving you as 
many copies as you need. 

If you are unacquainted 
with the great money and time saving 
advantages of Multigraphing or Multi- 
typewriting, which, in effect, is 
typewritten letter; Phone or call to 
see us and let us quote you prices 
on large and small orders, filling 
in names, addressing envelopes and 
mail lists. 



Yours very truly, 

SOUTHERN MULTIORAPK1NG CO. 

Mrs. W. F. Morrill, Mgr 

This is MULTI-TYPEWRITTEN and a sample 
of our work. 



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"GLENN'S" for 

KODAKS and FILMS 

—EVERYTHING— PHOTOGRAPHIC— 



QUALITY-DEVELOPING and FINISHING 
—FOR THE AMATEUR- 



GLENN PHOTO STOCK- COMPANY 

117 PEACHTREE Next Door Candler Bldg. 



ABANANZA STUDIO 

COMMERCIAL AND ART FOTOGRAPHERS 

Salesmen's Foto Samples Post Cards 

Machinery Professional Finishing for Amateurs 

Furniture — Construction Work Films and Paper Supplied 

Portraiture Groups and Interiors Loaded Cameras Rented 

By Daylight or Flashlight Speed Photography 

PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDER 
" FOTOS OF ANYTHING, ANYWHERE, ANYTIME " 

—ALSO— 

Having Largest Cirkut Camera Made 
T. R. MATHEWS, Mgr., Phone Main 2769 

29 2 MARIETTA ST., N .W. corner Broad 



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IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



3\eal Cstate 



ATLANTA DEVELOPMENT 

COMPANY 

609-13 Third National Bank Building 

BELL PHONE 2181 IVY 

CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS (Medium Prices) 
HOMES BUILT TO SUIT, on EASY PAYMENTS 

FOR INVESTORS— 

6', GUARANTEED-REAL ESTATE-PROFIT-SHARING BONDS 

These Bonds are ABSOLUTELY SECURED AGAINST LOSS. 

The holder enjoys the PROFITS of the business, IN ADDITION to 
the fixed 6 % GUARANTEE OF INTEREST. 

SOLD IN $100 DENOMINATIONS. 



Peachtree Hills Place 



18 Minutes on Buckhead Car 



When this advertisement goes to press we be- 
lieve that most of the choice Residence Lots in this 
section will be sold; 

BUT 

We have reserved a few lots for select purchasers 
who desire the very best location. 



American Securities Co. of Ga. 

621 Candler Building 

R. W. BARNWELL phnnp(1 fBELL IVY 18*2 

Manager rnones ( A rLANTA 485 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



3\eal Cstate 



T. M. FINCHER 



H. B. MARRIOTT 



FINCHER & MARRIOTT 

Real Estate, Renting, Investments 

Loans, Mortgage Notes, Money 

to Loan, Loans Negotiated 

Phone: Main 2200 

717 Empire Building 



Georgia Home 

and 

Farm Co. 

Real Estate 

Renting 

Loans 

114 Candler Bldg. 

PHONE 5767 IVY 



Watch our advertisements in the 

Daily papers for the best bargains 

in REAL ESTATE 




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ANYTHING 

YOU MAY WANT IN 
THE REAL ESTATE LINE 

FOR CASH OR EXCHANGE 
REMEMBER THE 

Empire Real Estate 
Company 

can fill your wants. 

No matter how large 
or small your business 
— it will receive our 
prompt and personal 
attention. 

WE SOLICIT A TRIAL 
PHONE: IVY 4011 and 1554 

A. K. JONES, Prop. 

302 Candler Bldg., and 
1107 3rd Nat. Bank Bldg. 



W. M. BENNETT A. H. McAFEE 

Bennett & 
McAfee 



Real Estate, 
Renting and 
Investments 



202 KISER BLDG. 

Bell Phone Main 1929 



R. B. PLEASANT & CO. 

MERCHANT TAILORING 
Pants and Suits Made to Order 

Altering and Repairing for Men 
and Women. French Dry Clean- 
ing and Dyeing. 

Suits Sponged and Pressed While You Wait for 50c 



PHONES: M. 3202 



ATLANTA 2030 



106 Luckie Street 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. 



ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



Restaurants 



THE 



GERMAN 
CAFE 



25c MEAL 



the Best ^ «3 C IVX H/ x\JL/ Atlanta 



Also the Freshest FISH, the Juiciest 
STEAKS, the Gamiest GAME 



Muenchner Hofbrau on Draught 



In fact everything from a SANDWICH 
to a BANQUET is promptly and prop- 
erly served at 

The German Cafe 

SCHWARZ & BLIEM, Props. 

27-29 SOUTH PRYOR ST. 

Bell Phone M-1904 Atlanta Phone 1885 

WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



Restaurants 



EAT AT THE NEW 

KIMBALL 

PALM GARDEN 



q Our 50c Merchants' Lunch is THE BEST 
EVER SERVED IN ATLANTA. 

q Our BAR ROOM will SATISFY your 
longest want in the SHORTEST time. 

tj Our PALM GARDEN will serve you any- 
thing from a bird for one to a banquet for 
one hundred; quickly, elegantly and eco- 
nomically. 

«I Our ORCHESTRA is the best in the city. 
Three Concerts daily. 

•I Invite your friends morning, noon or night, 
and after the theatre — you'll PLEASE 
THEM and YOURSELF. 



^THE NEW KIMBALL 

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ATLANTA'S LARGEST HOTEL 

GEO. A. LOUGEE, Prop. ED. L. BROWN, Mgr. 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



^plumbers anb Restaurants 



Nos. 8-10 SOUTH BROAD ST. 



European Hotel 

RESTAURANT AND CAFE 



In the Heart of the City 



tj Electric car service 
lo and Irom all depots. 
«fl Rooms single and en 
suitf, with private bath, 
hot and cold running 
water, steam heat and 
telephone in every 
room. €]] Strictly lirsl- 
class and modern 
throughout. CJ Rates- 
Si OOand $ 1 .50 with 
bath privileges; with 
private bath $2.00. 
€][ Special Dining 
Room lor Ladies. 
€J Lunch Room and 
Bullet in connection. 

£. Basil &Bros. 
Props. 




jpumron 



BELL PHONE MAIN 521 



ATLANTA PHONE 1103 



STEWART & HUNT, Inc. 

THE PLUMBERS 

53 E. HUNTER STREET 

Beg to announce that we have facilities for 
giving repair woik prompt attention 

We employ only first-class workmen and 
our charges are reasonable 

Estimates Cheerfully Given on New Work 



"WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



Safe 5ttovers 



J. E. DOKE 



C. S. DOKE 



A. DOKE SONS 
TRANSFER CO. 




Iron Safe and Machinery Haulers 



All Kinds of Heavy Hauling Handled with Care 



BELL PHONE 11 8 7 



OFFICE: 62 1-2 S. FORSYTH ST. 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



Safe ^Deposit Vaults 



PROTECT 

YOUR VALUABLES 



THE SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS 

of this Company in the Empire Building 
are the LARGEST and BEST EQUIPPED 
in the CITY. 

The Vaults are attractive. 

THEY AFFORD ABSOLUTE SECURITY. 

We give prompt and up-to-date service. 

Office hours from 8 A.M. to 5P.M. 

Box rentals from $5.00 per annum upward. 

Excellent facilities for storage. 




EMPIRE TRUST & SAFE DEPOSIT CO. 

H. M. ATKINSON, Pres. W. B. STOVALL, Vice-Pres. W. A. JONES, Treas. 

Empire Building ATLANTA 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



Sanitary barber Si)Of 



SANITARY BARBER 

SHOP and 

HAIRDRESSING PARLOR 



While it does not reduce the 
cost of living, it minimizes the 
cost of a neat, up-to-date ap- 
pearance. 

In connection with the most 
up-to-date and best equipped 
shop of its kind in the South; 
you will find expert attendants 
in the treatment of ingrowing 
Toe Nails, Chilblains, Corns 
Extracted, Bunions Treated. 

Special Treatment for the Skin 
and Scalp, also Turkish, Vapor 

and Electric Baths, Body Mas- 
sage. 

Special Hair Treatment 

MISS BESSIE WILLIMAN, 

Proprietor and General Manager 

56 and 56 1-2 Whitehall 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AG AINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
*F YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



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$5.00 Saved 



I will deduct $5.00 from 
the price of any suit you 
may select, if, before 
making final payment on 
same, you will mention 
seeing this advertisement. 

B. Rosenfeld 

The Tailor 

10 S. Pry or St. 



SUITS $15.00 to $50.00 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AG AINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



Oailors 




The Face of 

the Man Who 

Wears My 

Tailor Built 

Clothes 

To BE Successful — You must LOOK Successful 

CHALMAN 

McKenzie Building, Peachtree and James,— Entrance 6 James 



JAMES F. LYNCH 

DISTRIBUTOR FOR 

ANHEUSER-BUSCHS BUDWEISER 



AND 



JOHN HAUCK BREWING CO. 



McCord Place, Atlanta, Ga. 

Atlanta 2627 PHONES Bell M. 4208 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENT ATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



Umbrellas an6 l£rt6ertakers 





rHE "TAYLOR-MADE" I S ATLANTA MADE 



Taylor Umbrella Mfg. Co. 

116K Whitehall St., Atlanta 



Makers of a Complete Line at all prices for all 
trades. Prices unequalled. Terms are 10', 



WHOLESALE-RETAIL-REPAIR REPARTMENT 






J. E. IVEY & BRO. 

Undertakers 

Funeral 
Directors 

Embalmers 



Carriages to hire for all occasions. All work guaranteed. 
All Calls Promptly Attended to in and out of the City. 

Phones: BeV W. 1093-J Atlanta 3156-M Res. Bell Ivy 3601-J 

Offcce: 177 Walker St., ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 



OUR ADVERTISERS. 



ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



Kttdertakers 



DAVID T. HOWARD & SON 

The Latest Scientific Method of Embalming 

UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS 

DEALERS IN 

Caskets, Coffins and Robes 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

Orders by Telephone and Telegraph Attended to 
Promptly and Politely. Our Work Guaranteed 

OUR MOTTO: Treat Every One Right 

Office: 157 Piedmont Avenue Residence: 212 Summitt Avenue 

PHONES: BELL IVY 1036 ATLANTA 1812 BELL PHONE IVY 272 




Undertaker & Embalmer 

The Latest Scientific Method of Embalming 

Carriages and Flowers 
Caskets and Coffins 

Of Every Description 

All Orders Receive Prompt, Personal and Polite Service 



Office: 191 W. Mitchell 

Phones: Main 4756 
Atlanta 6071- B 



Residence: 54 Tattnall 

Phone: Main 3455-J 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



"^Dentists anb (Tlot^iers 




DR. P. E. COLEMAN, Mgr. 



Special Prices 

Gold Crowns - $3.00 
Bridge Work - $400 
Silver Fillings - 50c 
Painless Extracting 50c 

Teeth Hade While You Wait $5.00 

All Other Prices Reasonable 
One of the Men who made the 

NEW YORK and AMERICAN 
DENTAL PARLORS 

28' z and 32 *4 Peachtree Street 
a Marvelous Success 



We Guarantee Every Piece of Work Done by This Firm. Phone M. 3207 



THE FASHION 

46 West Mitcrtell Street 

THE OLD RELIABLE HOUSE FOR THE PEOPLE 

LADIES' SUITS— In the Season's Latest Cuts and Colorings. 
MILLINERY — The finest line to select from in the city. 



MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING 

SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY 

REMEMBER— We Clothe the Whole Family from 
HEAD to FOOT and help you to arrange the pay- 
ments, so the TASK is EASY. 

THE FASHION 

46 West Mitchell Phone 5445 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 



OUR ADVERTISERS. 



ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



Wall "paper 



BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY 



J. L. BURNETT 

Wall Paper and 
Decorations 



In point of Assortment, Attractiveness 
Colorings, Decorative Novelties and 
General High Qualities 

Leads Where Others Try To Follow 

We Buy For Cash 
We Sell For Cash 

DOTH PHONES 48 

71 South Pry or Street 

Slantwise Across from New Court House 
Between Hunter and Mitchell Streets 

BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY 



WE GUARANTEE YOU AGAINST LOSS AND MISREPRESENTATION 
IF YOU WILL MENTION THIS DIRECTORY WHEN PATRONIZING 
OUR ADVERTISERS. ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY COMPANY 



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PUBLISHERS 

63 E. Alabama. St. I3et.il, Phone Mai>~-1161 






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CONTAINING 

An alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private 
citizens with their occupations and addresses, a very complete street 
department alphabetically arranged with the householders numer- 
ically compiled; a classified list of all business callings, professions 
and pursuits, in Atlanta and surrounding towns, a miscellaneous 
department showing the United States, State, County and City gov- 
ernment representatives, churches, secret orders and benevolent so- 
cieties, railroads, etc. 

Our representatives are instructed and authorized to collect in 
advance on all orders of less than $5.00, giving our receipt signed 
by themselves. 

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $7.00. 

SELLING PRICE AFTER PUBLICATION, $9.00. 

COPYRIGHT 1913 BY 

Atlanta City Directory Co. 

Joseph W. Hill, Pres. 



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This is Atlanta's 37th City Directory and the 14th under 
present management. During the 37 years Atlanta has 
grown from a 17,561 to a 217,000 population town; the 
book has grown from 366 to 1760 pages, and the price has 
grown only from $5.00 to - $7.00, which is the price that 
Montgomery, Mobile, Birmingham, Jacksonville, Charleston, 
and many other towns not nearly so large as Atlanta pay. 

Another notable feature of the Atlanta Directory is that 
it gives two-fifths more information concerning the average 
man than any other book published in a town of 150,000 
people. 

It gives his name, his wife's name, his occupation, where 
he is occupied and his residence; other books give only his 
name, occupation and residence. 

We hope that every one realizes how vitally important it 
is that they should be correctly chronicled in the City Di- 
rectory, a thing that costs them nothing, but may be of im- 
mense value in case of accidents, telegrams, letters, inquiries 
of relatives, delivery of goods or the many unexepected 
conditions that arise in the course of human events, in fact, 
a person who neglects to have correct and complete informa- 
tion accorded himself places himself, his friends and all 
whom he has dealings with at a serious and sometimes costly 
disadvantage. 

We desire to thank all those who have aided us, in our 
earnest efforts to give correct and complete information. 
Because it v is the large employer of labor who by his co- 
operation with us, contributes most to the accuracy and com- 
pleteness of this work. 

We have carefully selected our advertisers, and commend 
all of them to our readers, as being worthy of patronage 
and confidence ; they are representative of the most pro- 
gressive business houses of Atlanta and America, and we 
will insure you against loss, if, when patronizing them, you 
will mention seeing their advertisement in this Directory. 

We especially invite your attention to the Yellow Section ; 
it is very interesting. 

POPULATION 

We' estimate the population as covered by the Directory 
canvass, which includes practically aA that territory reached 
by the street car lines, to be 216,300, and within the corpor- 
ate limits of Atlanta 159,475 of them reside. 



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CONTENTS 



Abbreviations 444 

Addenda .'..." 99 

Alphabetical Department 445 

Atlanta • 422 

Churches 428 

Classified Business Department 1681 

City of Atlanta ..'... 422 

Clubs and Societies ....'. .'.'.'. .'.'.' 432 

Fraternal Organizations 435 

Fulton County 438 

Georgia, State of . 440 

Manufacturers 1759 

Military 441 

.Miscellaneous Department . . . .'.' 423 

Population 98 

Post Office 442 

Secret Societies 435 

Street and Avenue Department 105 

United States 441 




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Barmore Eugene C (Agnes), (Pirn & Barmore), 10 Gillette av 

Bell J Addison Dr, 618 Temple- Ct, r Lithonia, Ga 

Harrison James G, bkkpr Bell Tel Co, r 29 E 3d 

Kershaw William H (Alice V),- compositor Foote & Davies Co, r 814 Hill 

Kirk-Portage Tire Go, 261 Peachtree 

Moore Ellen S. widow Thomas L. r 166 Lucile av 

Moore Mary O, widow John A, r 61 West End av 

O'Connor Patrick A, pres Sou Decorating Co, r 62 Cooper 

Patterson Emma D, widow William D, r 415 Greenwood av 

Ib'.vnolds Mattie, widow John F, r 156 Gordon 

Rhodes N H, (Lula), painter, r 69 Kiikwood av 

Sanders Fannie C, widow Hammock, r 83-A Garden 

Sanders Frances P, widow Green P. r 79 Augusta av 

Satterfleld Leonard H (Alene), machinist Sou Bed Spring Co, r 429 E Fair 

Southern Decorating Co, P A O'Connor pres & mgr, 44-46 W Mitchell 

Spain Thomas B (Dora), painter, r 23 Gaskill 

Starr Joseph T (Marie), r 468 Bass 

Stephens Durvin (Georgia),' carpenter, r 9 McDonald 

Stephens Julia E, widow Frank M, r 465 Woodward av 

Williams Lyles (Parrie), clerk Tax Collector's office, r 189 Glennwood av 

Williams Russell M (Annie E), civil engineer, r 41 Orleans 

Willingham George (Stella), conductor Ga Ry & P Co, r 442 E Fair 

Wilson Douglas T (Rosa), motorman, r 768 E Fair 

Wilson John R (Birdie I, motorman, r 56 Kendall 

Woodall Walter B ( Mattie. i. peddler, r 64 Sylvan av 

Woodruff Lizzie, widow Joseph W". r 64 Cherokee av 

Woodruff Louisa, widow Benjamin F, r 26 Harold av 

Worthy James (Floretta), r 61 McDonald 

Wright Thomas M (Lena E), painter Ga Ry & P Co, r 103 Kirkwood av 



TIN and SHEET 

METAL WORKER 

66 IVY STREET Both Phones 1443 



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BUILDERS 
HARDWARE 

EVERYTHING 

IN THE 

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MANUFACTURERS OF 

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Atlanta 781 

FACTORY-YARD 
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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 

We have carefully selected our advertisers, and guarantee to all our 
readers, fair treatment at their hands, none but reputable and legitimate 
firms are represented in this book, and we will insure you against loss, if 
when buying from them, you mention seeing their advertisement in this 
Directory 

Acme Business Agency Yellow Section 

Acme Display & Advertising Machine Co Yellow Section 

Acme Letter Co Yellow Section ^ 

Alexander D Yellow Section -y 

American Security Co of Georgia Yellow Section **. 

Appeal Publishing Co Yellow Section S^ 

Armstrong R S & Bro Card at Machinery £T 

Arnold J W Card at Hardwood Floors J>€ 

Asher Allan Audit Co Card at Accountants J*J 

Atlanta Audit Co Card at Accountants 05 

Atlanta Home Insurance Co Outside Front Cover Q 

Atlanta Multigraphlng Co Cards Business DeDt 

Atlanta Oriental Rug Cleaning Co Card at Carpet Cleaners ^* 

Atlanta Rubber Stamp & Stencil Works ." Top Lines £-* 

Atlanta Savings Bank Yellow Section ** 

Atlanta Steam Heating Co Card at Steam Heating w 

Atlanta Trust Co Back Cover ^ 

Atlanta Welding Co Yellow Section 

Atlanta Wood & Iron Novelty Works Bottom Lines C 

Ault & Wiborg Yellow Section *jj 

Barrett V M Construction Co Black Corners ^« 

Belle Isle Automobile Rent Service Yellow Section *J 

Benjamin-Ozburn Co Center Lines r^ 

Bennett & McAfee Yellow Section ^ 

Bonded Adjustment Co Yellow Section ^ 

Bowles J L & Co Yellow Section J2 

Brady & Co Yellow Section 0> 

Briggs Harry * . . Side Lines *~* 

Brocklesby H & Co Cards at Blinds and Venetian Blinds .« 

Bryan Electric Co Side Lines m 

Buick Motor Co Black Corners and Page in Yellow Section *C 

Burkett-Simmons Co Outside Back Cover t^ 

Byron Weston Co Yellow Section y\ 

Calhoun Brick Co Side Lines 

Campbell H W Cards Business DeDt CO 

Capital Stone Co Outside Back g* 

Carter C A Co Bottom Lines PT 

Carter Jefferson W Bottom Lines " 

Chalman J Yellow Section 

Cheatham Bros Center Lines 

Cherokee Marble & Granite Works Yellow Section 

Childs Hotel Yellow Section 

Clark & McBride Co Card at Real Estate 

Clayton & Zahn Co Top Lines 

Coca-Cola Co Ending of Letters 

Cotton States Electric Co Yellow Section 

Cordon Rich & Co Card at China Decorators 

Coursey & Munn Black Corners 

Craig R J & Co, Inc Cards at Lumber and Building Material 

Crandall Insurance Agency Co Black Corners 

Crane E D & Co Top Lines 

HINES OPTICAL COTMPSSSeSt 
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THE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA 

ORGANIZED 1871 RICHMOND, VA. All Claims paid IMMEDIATELY upon receipt of sat- 

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ULUKllL 1. nANLO, Oliperln I cyholders since organization OVER S12.000.000 Is 

519-20-24 Empire Building. Atlanta, Ga. P»yinrtoitsPolicyholdersOVER$1.000.000 Annually 



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Danforth W T Realty Co Yellow Section 

Darrlngton D P Card at Printers 

Davis Coke Center Lines 

Day W A Co Yellow Section 

Deere John Plow Co Bottom Lines 

Dixie Culvert & Metal Co Yellow Section 

Dobbs Tire Repair Co Yellow Section 

Doke's A Sons Transfer Co Yellow Section 

Dozier Henrietta C Card at Architects 

Duncan-Hodnett Grain Co * Center Lines 

Erchberg Heating Co Yellow Section 

Elyea-Austell Co Yellow Section 

Empire Real Estate Co Yellow Section 

Empire State Roofing Co Cards Business DeDt 

Essenkay Co of Ga, The Black Corners 

Fashion The Yellow Section 

Fincher & Marriott Black Corners and Yellow Section 

Fischer J A Tod Lines 

Foote's Trunk & Bag Factory Cards Business Dent 

Fourth National Bank Outside Front Cover 

Fulton National Bank Center Lines 

Gate City Lumber Co Yellow Section 

Gault J T Dr Center Lines 

Georgian Auto Top Co Yellow Section 

Georgian Dental Parlors Black Corners 

Georgia Home & Farm Co Yellow Section 

German Cafe Yellow Section 

Gouge C A '. Bottom Lines 

Greenlea George C Card at Dry Cleaners 

Greenlea W E Yellow Section 

Hall Bros Card at Engineers — Civil 

Harrison Co Yellow Section 

Hatcher Cliff C, Ins Agency Card Following Name 

Hawkes A K Co Yellow Section 

Helmer A G Yellow Section 

Herndon A F Yellow Section 

Hightower Box & Tank Co Yellow Section 

Hines Optical Co Bottom Lines 

Hitchcock H Heating Dept Yellow Section 

Hood B Miffin Brick Co Bottom End 

Horne-Candler Co Yellow Section 

Hurt & Cone Center Lines 

Industrial Engineering Co Yellow Section 

International Life Ins Co Cards Business Dent 

International Motor Co Automobile Dept Yellow Section 

Investment Sales Co Bottom Lines 

Ivey James E Yellow Section 

Jensen H Dr Beginning of Letters 

Jester W R Card Business Dept 

Johnson-Gewinner Co Yellow Section 



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Kelly O G Dr Black Corners 

Kennedy T F , , , .. , „ , Cards Business Dept 

Kent Sign Co Cards at Painters & Sign Painters 

Kimball House Yellow Section 



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Longmire James M . . ... . . .-.-. ... . Bottom Lines 

Loust H A Goutard Madam Yellow Section 

Lowe & Johnson ..-.•.•.•. Cards Business Dept 

Lynch E J & Co . .-. Yellow Section 

Lynch James P Yellow Section 

Mansfield Tire & Rubber Co ............... Cards Business Dept 

Massachusetts Mutual Life Ins Co- •. .Ins Dept Yellow Section 

Massengale Advertising Agency. ...... Yellow Section 

McDonald Furniture Co Yellow Section 

McGlawn Geo Yellow Section 

McPherson Auto Tire Co Yellow Section 

Metal Welding Co Yellow Section 

Miller John D Black Corners 

Miller J Hall Bottom Lines 

Moore George Yellow Section 

Moore G R & Co Black Corners 

Morrison Daniel ■ Dr Card at Physicians 

Muldrew John D Outside Back Cover 

National Drinking Cup Co Yellow Section 

New South Bakery Yellow Section 

New York & American Dental Parlors Yellow Section 

Nickajack Milling & Grain Co Black Corners 

Oxford J E v ...... Cards Business Dept 

Perfection Canopy Co ' . Yellow Section 

Perry Boyd Side Lines 

Thoenix Planing Mill . . . . Front Stencil Edge 

Provident Loan Society Top Lines 

Puncture Proof Tire Co •.:•..... ; : Yellow Section 



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Queen City Paper Co '.*.::.:::;. Yellow Section 

Red Cross Hospital Side Lines 

Reed E S Nat Detective Agency Top Lines and Bus Dept Cards 

Reeves Charles L Black Corners 

Reynolds D W Yellow Section 

Rogers Joseph Co Black Corners 

Rosenfeld B Yellow Section 

Runyan & Lee Yellow Section 

Sanitary Barber Shop Yellow Section 

Scientific School of Beauty Yellow Section 

Shearer Machine Co Card at Machinists 

Shimoff P M . .' • • • • Yellow Section 

Sims P A Yellow Section 

Southeastern Dental University Yellow Section 

Southern Engraving Co Yellow Section 

Southern Multigraphing Co Yellow Section 



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Southern Saw Works Inside Front Cover 

Southern Wire & Iron Works Top Lines 

Standard Audit Co Card at Accountants 

Stocks Coal Co Backbone 

Taylor Umbrella Mfg Co Yellow Section 

Terminal Cabinet Shop Yellow Section 

Terre Haute Brewing Co Center Lines 

Thompson R P Card at Real Estate 

Tripod Paint Co Yellow Section 

Truitt S M & Son Top End 

Turman, Black & Calhoun Center Lines 

Valdes Salvador Inside Front Cover 

Van Winkle Motor Truck Co Inside Front Cover 

Walker Roofing Co Bottom Lines 

Walker & Chase Card at Architects 

Warner Plumbing & Heating Co Card at Plumbers 

Warner S J Outside Back Cover 

West Disinfecting Co Cards Business Dent 

Whitfield Medicine Co . Yellow Section 

Williams S A Lumber Co Top and Bottom Lines 

Willingham H S Bottom Lines 

Williman Bessie Miss Yellow Section 

Wilson A A Card at Adv Writers 

Wrigley Engraving Co Yellow Section 

Woodward Electric Co Card at Electrical Contractors 

Yancey Hardware Co Side Lines 

Zachaiias S D Card at Advg Novelties 



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•J The names appearing in BLACK TYPE in this directory represent 
the energy and enterprise of the city and it is a pleasure for the pub- 
lishers of this directory to have the opportunity to make the public 
acquainted with them. Those in black type are the people who 
accomplish the wonders in business here and make Atlanta what it 
is. They recognize and support all the public necessities and things 
needful to improve and serve a CITY of Atlanta's magnificent 
possibilities. They are not the drones and sponges ■who never support 
anything, but seek rather to gain by others' hard work and money. 
When you patronize those in fola.dc type you patronize men and 
firms who will PATRONIZE YOU in the same broad manner that 
you patronize them. 



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S. A. WILLIAMS LUMBER CO. 

GOOD LUMBER AND ANYTHING THAT CAN BE MADE FROM IT 

Office and Mill: 254 ELLIOTT. PHONE 3905 L Yard: 257 MARIETTA. PHONES 328 



RICH CORDON & COMPANY 

CHINA DECORATORS 



WHITE AND GOLD 
CHINA 



Studio: 
172 1-2 PEACHTREE STREET 



ATLANTA, GA., Dec. 4, 1912. 



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The Atlanta City Directory Co., 
63 East Alabama St. 
Gentlemen :- 

We wish a renewal of our •'Ad 1 ' 
in your 1913 Directory. We have, up to the 
present date, found no better advertise- 
ment than this has given us. Just to-day, 
we received a large order for ' 'gold and 
white' ' china, which like a number of 
other orders received, is directly attrib- 
utable to this ad and we feel it is money 
' 'well spent. • • 

Cordially, 

RICH CORDON & CO. 



ATLANTA WOOD AND IRON NOVELTY WORKS, 

883 MARIETTA ST. BELL PHONE M. 1894-J ' 

PATTERN MAKING, CABINET AND TURNED WORK, SPECIAL WORK OUR SPECIALTY 

WOOD AND METAL NOVELTIES, PATENTED ARTICLES MANUFACTURED 

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PUBLISHERS 

63 E. Alabama St. Bell Phone Main-1161 



ABBOTT, from Fair s to Sells 
av, 1 w of Ashby, water 
throughout 

Greensf erry av Intersects 
11 Johnson Wallace H 
Baldwin Begins 
17 Allen William C 
23 Ray Adolphus W 
37 Boynton Halbert E 

Sells Av Intersects 



ACORN AV, about 4% miles N 
on Peachtree road, nr Peach- 
tree Heights 



ACTON (Edgewood), from May- 
son av, 1 s of Hardee 



ADAIR AV, Lakewood Heights, 
on Lakewood car line 



ADAIR AV, from 1000 Highland 
av w to Todd road 
24 Jones Robert H Jr 
27 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 
33 Hulsey Luther J 
37 O'Beirne Edward N 
41 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 



ADAMS, from 211 N Jackson e to 
284 Boulevard, 1 n of High- 
land av 

19 Lemaster Albert A 

20 Clack Joseph M 

21 Paschal William 

24 Vacant Oct 28, 1912 
26 Arnold James (c) 
28 Mathews Joseph (c) 
30 Daniels James (c) 
34 Drummond Grace (c) 
36 Thomas Ransom (c) 



38 Johnson Sallie 

42 Slayton Archie (c) 



ADAMS ALLEY, from 215 Ran- 
dolph e to Fortune, 1 n of 
Highland av, continuation of 
Adams 



ADAMSON, from Doane s e to 
Fortress av, 1 w of S. Pryor 

11 Thomas Walter C 

12 Jackson John D 

15 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

16 Waller Binion C 
38 Jones William D 
50 Dodson George 
52 Hearn William J 

Buena Vista Av Intersects 

54 Dodson George W 

55 Conklin Emmet T 

56 Taylor Claud C 

62 Alexander William 
68 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

Tudor Ends 
22 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
Buena Vista Av Ends 



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ADAMSVILLE, address mail "At- 
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ADAMSVILLE ROAD (Continua- 
tion of Gordon Street), from 
Gordon at L & N R R n w to 
W Hunter 



ADDIE ("Cook's District), from 
271 Bellwood n to Jefferson, 1 
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ADELIA. from 267 S Humphries 
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ADOLPHUS (Edgewood), from 
Nelms av, e to Arizona av, 1 
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AILEEN AV, from 689 Whitehall 
w to Lee, 1 n of Gordon, paved 

with macadam 

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ALABAMA, from 23 "Whitehall e 
to 36 Central av, and w to 
Central of Ga Ry, paved with 
granite block, water and sew- 
erage 

Going East 

3 Cohen Joseph 
3% Gialelis George 
5 Limbaugh Elmer E 
6-8 Vacant Oct 1, 1912 
7 Oppenheim Cigar Co 
9 Crystal Pool Parlor 

10 Kelley & Leslie 

11 Partridge Cafe 
11% Ewing Bros 
13 Heinz & Sons 

15 Guarantee Trust & Bkg Co 
City Savings Bank 

16 Atl National Bank Bldg 

17 Basham & Rosser 
Beatty Samuel J 

17% Low Canton 

18 Word Bros 

19 Foote's Trunk & B Factory 

20 Atlanta Georgian 

21 Matthews & Lively 

22 Oglesby Grocery Co 

23 Matthews Ed & Co 

24 Georgia Ry & Power Co 

25 Rosenfeld Benjamin 
25% Order of Bees 

26 Morgan A P Grain Co 
26% Emory & Co 

Knights of Columbus Hall 

27 Fulton Market Co 

29 Jones Stokes M (c) 

30 Jones James H (c) 
30% Hop Sing 
30-32 Petty & Harling 

31 Temple Court 
Rooms 

100-101 Temple Court Soda Co 

109 Globe Soap Co 

110 Becht R P Co 

111 Almand M Webster 
Almand H Fain 
Adair W 

112 Parks Gus B 
200-1 Gifford J Ernest 

Thom Alford 
202 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 
203-4 Rogers & Harwell 

205 Lewis Ulysses 

206 Lewis W Harold 

207 Walker John G 

208 Smith John C 

209 Rex Mercantile Co 

210 Fox Amos 

211 Griffin Dee T 

212 Leiper W F 
Lovett Robert O 

213 Natl Life Ins Co 
Chatsworth Brick Co 

214 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 
216 Withers William H 



217-18 Bishop Thomas L 
Mercantile Claim Co 
219-21 Gaffney, Frank P 
300-1 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 

302 Atlanta Garment Co 

303 McLeod Alexander C 
304-6 Scott & Davis 

307-10 Mutual Benefit Industrial 
Life Ins Assn of Ga 
309 Wallace & Co 

311 Smith & Jones Drs 

312 Ray Lavender R 
313-14 James Joseph S 
315 Boyd Roger 

316-20 Universal Publicity Co 
Southern Fancier 
Southern Int Poultry Assn 

317 Lowenthal Isaac 

318 Atlanta Waste Co 
400-4 Field Alonzo 

Lindsay Poul L 
Guess Carl M 

405 Methvin John F 
Union Mutual Life Assn 

406 Yates J St Julian 

407 Steffner George U 

408 Gunn Joel W 

409 Basic Supply Co 
410-12 Lilley M C Co 
411-13 Stephenson Judge T 

McGarity Jesse L 
Miller Richard E 

414 Georgia Auto Register Co 

415 Walton Daniel Co 

416 Phillips-Jones Co 
417-20 Review of Reviews 
418 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 
421 Calhoun Lowndes 

Connally Lowndes C 
500-1 Shropshire W R & I S 
502 Golightly James F 

Davis Wm C 
503-4 Key James L 

Smith Claude C 

Coplan Nathan 

506 Suttles John B 
Wilson Robert H 

507 Suttles Wm E 

508 Moon & Moon 

Southern Bible & Book Co 

509 Sou Homeseeker's Bureau 
510-12 Dodgen J A & J H 

511 Business Men's Clearing Hse 
Patterson James A 
Patterson's Detective Agcy 

513 Erwin Howell C 

514 Estes Moss Eberhardt & 
Smith 

515-18-19 Caldwell Arthur B 
516-20-21 Huse F E & Co 
601-2 Frontier Press Co The 
603 Schrimper Frederick 
604-5 Horton Bros & Burress 

606 Oxford Jasper E 

607 Vacant Oct 1, 1912 
608-10 Hoist J B Co 

609 Patterson Wm H Co 
Patterson Ernest B 
Neushotz Adolph 

611 McGinnis Hugh G 

613 Georgia Sunday School Assn 

612-18 Scribner's Charles Sons 

615 Grow D M & Co 

616 Chappell Bernard D 
Joiner Samuel W 

617 Hallman Henderson 
619-20 Pew Arthur 

White William W 



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702 Nalley Lawton 
703-4 Silverman I & Son 
70f> Weber & Kskridge 

Kil gore -Henderson 

Patterson Henry E 
706 Banker's H & Life Ins Co 

708 Mallinson Charles R 

709 Brand Alonzo M 

710 Whitehead Wm H 

712 Teitlebaum Sigmund N 

713 Piedmont Jewelry Co 
Fraternal Life Assn 

714 Phelps Wm H H 
715-19 McClelland J E & L F 

Herzberg Myron 

McClelland John S 
716 Vacant Oct 4, 1912 
720-21 Stewart Jack B 

W r elling Arthur L 
804 Pittman John F 
806 Venable Bros 

Kellogg Arthur B 
I ; Alabama Continued 

34 Eaton Drug Co 
Govan William J 
Atlanta Cash Register Co 

Pryor Intersects 

35 Weinberg Bros 

36 Hanneman Julius 

37 Shepard S S Plumbing Co 
Dodd J W Const Co 

39 Myers Millinery Co 
40-42 Swift & Co 
40 y 2 Bivens Robert (c) 
41-43 Lowry Co The 
44 Morris & Co 
46-48 Armour & Co 
47-49 Franklin Gro Co 
DeWald G A & Co 

49 y 2 Archer & Co 

Hammond Sign Co 

50 Morrow Trans & Stor Co 
51-53 General Supply Co 

52 Postal Telegraph Cable Co 
52*6-56 Cudahy Packing Co 
53% Boston Trading Co 

Hibernian Hall 
55-57 Chomskv Jacob & Co 

59 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 

60 Dold Jacob Pkg Co 

61 Fox River Butter Co The 
61% Atlanta City Directory Co 

Hall & Co 

63 Wilson A McD Co 

64 Sulzberger & Sons Co 

65 Vacant Sept 26. 1912 

65 % Central Dancing Academy 

Haynes George W 
67 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 
68% Swift & Co 

Central Av Market 
69 Piedmont Cigar & Soda Co 
69 y 2 Stratford Hotel 
72 Swift & Co 

Central Av Intersects 

Going; West 

5 Underdonk & C A Pitts 

7 Folsom & Blanchard 
7% Franks Robert 

8 Rivers E Realty Co 
Peachtree Heights Park Co 

8% Order Ry Conductors 
Zacharias Sigmund D 

9 Samuels Solomon 

11 Vacant Sept 26. 1912 

12 Odd Fellows Hall 



12% Sheats Walter M 
14 American Natl Bank 'I 'he 
16 Tompkins Nelson C 
Broad Intersects 
18 Alexander Pete 

20 Savannah Lunch Room 

21 Economy Place 

22 Poolos Peter 

22-A Central Barber Shop 

23 Allen E W & Co 
23-A Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

24 Bowen Thomas S 
Wade I Aaron 

24% Field Julian & Co 
Peeples & Field 

25 Atlanta Shoe Co 

26 Western Union Tel Co 

27 Beall Cigar Store 

28 Atlanta Constitution 
Constitution Publishing Co 
Sou Engraving Co 

Forsyth Intersects 

29 Everett J H & Son 
31 Prater Homer S 

31% Y M C A R R Dept 
33-35 Bacon S W Produce Co 

Kingan & Co Ltd 
34 McCandless Laboratory 

LaHatte Printing Co 
35% Wrigley Engraving Co 
36 Carey Philip Co The 
37-43 Hightower Hallman & Co 
38 Enterprise Mfg Co 
40 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
42 Gullett Gin Co 
44 Engine Co No 1 

Hook & Ladder Co No 1 
46 Zero Cola Co 
48-50 Byrd Printing Co 

55 C of G Ry Frt Depot 

56 Pittsburg Plate Glass Co 
58 Acme Steel Goods Co 

Madison Av Begins 



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Sou Ry 

27 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
29 Brown William 
31 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
33 Reese Susie J Mrs 

Marietta Intersects 
37 Daniels John H 
39 Jones Emma Mrs 
41 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

43 Thompson Martha Mrs 

44 McKinney William E 

45 White James T 

46 Pepper William B 

47 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

48 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

49 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

50 Garner Arthur G 

51 Bradshaw Frank M 
53 Gourley William J 
55 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
57 Lawson John 

59 Vacant Sept 10. 1912 

61 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

62 Garner Guy 

Brlsshton Begins 

63 Cars.. n .Taints W 

64 Mulkey Virgil A 

6" \tkinson Josie Mrs 
66 O'Shields James S 



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67 France James T 

68 Fox Kinney 

69 Harrison Stephen D 

70 Smith William 

71 Bryant Harry 

72 Prance William 

73 Lynch Frank P 

74 Beardea Thomas 

75 Whitworth Lee 

76 Mooney Nancy E Mrs 

77 Swint Marion 

78 Johnson John W 




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ALASKA AV, from 350 Highland 
av n to 216 Bast av, 3 e of 
Randolph 

13 Ball Wilson H 

14 Burnett James L 

17 White Joseph J 

18 McCollough Franklin 

21 Hallman Thomas A 

22 Gunckel Elizabeth Mrs 

23 Church Albert H 

25 Harris Mattie Mrs 

26 Wofford Alfred G 
28 Bell Robert H 

33 Peavy Robert 

34 Koppe Paul G 

37 Covington James O 
41 Cook Franklin G 

46 Loyd Lou Mrs 

47 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

48 Martin David M 

East Av Intersects 



ALBEMARLE AV (Edgewood), 
from Moreland av e to Daley, 
5 n of DeKalb av, sewerage 

from Moreland to Candler 

55 Rourk Henry M 

56 Jackson Joseph C 
58 Hammond John F 



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ALEXANDER, from 72 W Peach- 
tree and e to 394 Peachtree and 
w to Marietta, 3 n of Baker, 
paved with granite block, sew- 
erage and water 

Going East 
9 Sinnil Robert 

10 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

11 Butler Lee C 

11 y 2 Peeples Burt G Mrs 
14 Ingraham Frederick L 
22 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

24 Foster William J 

25 Summer John H 

26 Brock Columbus (c) 

27 Everett Apartments 
Merker Henry R 
Galphin Baron F 
Herring William E 
Allen James B 
Reese Margaret E Mrs 
Camp Alice Miss 

28 Alexander Apartments 
Kelley Frank T 
Patton Charles 
Havis George W 
Bryce Rowland 
Price Francis E 

29 Holly George 

31 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

32 Gentry Lottie L Mrs 
34 Harris Charles W 

37 Hays Sarah J Mrs 

38 Meyers Charles S 

40 Schwitzerlet Attila G 



41 United Motor Atlanta Co 

44 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
46 Phillips Arthur E 

50 Clifford Milo J 

54 Farrell Patrick J 
60 Glass Stephen 

328 Moore J William 
Going West 

11 Schuster, Richard 

12 Donehoo Lewis V 
15 Kugler Charles 

Scott Intersects 
17 Abbey Jessie Mrs 

20 Garner Albert 

21 Holtzendorff Carl P 

23 Holtzendorff Carl P 

24 Murray Alonzo M 

27 Atl Stm Carpet Cleaning Co 
29 Booth & Booth 

Spring Intersects 
39 Hayes Henry T 
Porter Charles W 

45 Butler William 

48 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

49 Hardage Otis M 

51 Eubanks Lovelace P 

52 Shelton Addison H 

53 Elliotte Charles H 

55 Dougherty Eugenia A Mrs 

56 Trader Charles F 

60 Myers Benjamin P 

61 Koplow Abraham 
63 Strong Sarah Mrs 

Williams Intersects 
67 Edelmann Lilly L Mrs 
73 Austin Charles 
77 Trice Elizabeth Miss 
88 Smith Adeline A (c) 
83 Davis Adeline (c) 
85 Adams Celia (c) 
87-A Williams Minnie (c) 
87-B Daniel Jennie (c) 
89-A Gartrell Amanda 
89-B Morten Delia (c) 

90 Everhart Emma (c) 

91 Lenheart Mary (c) 
93 Batter Andrew (c) 
95-A Chester Pearl (c) 
95-B Ferrell Square (c) 

Ornie Intersects 

97 Austin Charles 

98 McEwen Thomas H 
101 Moss John D (c) 
104 Leamon George W 

106 Kimball John H 

107 Davidson Cora L Mrs 

109 Wills Charles R 

110 McChesney, Wilbur H 

111 Dupre Maggie (c) 

112 Weinberg Lewis 

114 Smith Lee H 

115 Hill John J 

118 Stamps Jennie Mrs 

119 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
122 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

Love joy Intersects 

126 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

127 Hanlon Richard T 

130 Webb Owen 

131 Smith P Clifford 

134 Wootten Enoree W Mrs 

139 White Robert H 

140 Ray John A 

Fowler Intersects 

141 Franklin Lester 

142 Pratt James R 

144 Wallis John B 

145 McCulloch Robert W 

146 Roberson John N 



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150 Shaw Claude D 

155 Quillian T Walter 

156 Maddox Reuben C 

McAfee Intersects 

159 Herndon James 

160 Craig Bonnie 

161 Barton Robert D 

163 Hammond William H 

164 Henderson Lela Mrs 

165 Terrell Moses A 

168 Dobbs Hallie Mrs 

Venable Intersects 

169 Quillian Fletcher B 

172 Magee Eliza Mrs 

173 Tatum Mary J Mrs 

174 Meeks Andrew P 

177 Coley William F 

178 Reed William T 

187 Bell Mary C Mrs 

188 Bell Frances A Mrs 

Luckie Intersects 

197 Cann Mary K Mrs 

198 Justice W Alonzo 

199 Hatfield Robert L. 

200 Nichols Charles H 

201 Prow Frank C 
203 Oakes Henry N 

205 Copes George S 

206 Baker Luther P 



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ALICE, from 300 S 
125 Pulliam, 1 s 
paved with macadam, 
age and water 
10 Wofford Clarence C 

12 Stein Rebecca Mrs 

13 Clayton Edward 

14 Phillips Laza 

15 Furst Max 

Central Av Intersects 
36 Harkman Freya Mrs 
38 Graybill Louis J 
40 Castle Otis 
40% Fouche Simeon R 
42 Starrett Isaac D 
42% Riley Genie Mrs 



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ALLEN (EDGEWOOD), from Eu- 
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McLendon, sewerage through- 
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ALLEN (EDGEWOOD), from 
Mayson av e to Seals av, 4 n 
of DeKalb av 



ALLENE AV, from 206 Murphy av 
s to Capitol View, sewerage 
Pearce to Lillian 
** Lillian Av Intersects 

2 Oliver Hubert 
4 Leach Fleming P 
* Bonnie Brae Ave Intersects 
6 McCulley Eugene C 
12 Shepard Robert A 
14 Baldwin William E 

16 Nesbitt Guy F 

17 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

18 Faggan William T 
21 Milam Thomas G 

Warner Begins 
26 Parks Gus B 
28 Cates Alvin B 



Elbert Intersects 

30 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
Pearce Begins 
64 Longfeather Nicholas 
L & N Belt Line Intersects 
A & W P Belt Line Intersects 



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101 Fraser 




ALLOWAY PLACE, from Confed- 
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ALPINE, from 25 Sycamore e 
Sou Ry, 1 n of East av 



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ALTA AV, from Euclid av e to 
Moreland av, Inman Park, sew- 
erage from Euclid av to Haral- 
son av, water throughout; 
paved with chert from Euclid 
av to Moreland av 

Green Samuel Dr 

Bennett William N 
Euclid Av Intersects 

Johnson William L 

Moncrief James B Dr 

Davidson Sidney E 

Cole Joseph A 

Murphy George E 
De Gress Av Ends 

Fincher William A 

Dabney Frank C 

Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

Haris Evans 

Fincher Samuel H 

Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

Peck Emerson P 

Thayer Frank C 

Haralson Av Ends 

Pugh John T 

Vacant Oct 1, 1912 

Beck William R 

Eyles Francis L 

Coulter James J 

Greenway Emmett 

Burt Kate L Mrs 

Mathews Thomas R 

Johnson Robert W 

King Rufus D 

Shankle Claude T 

Luckiesh W Frank 

Vacant Sept 14, 1912 



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of Martin 
Crumley Intersects 

Molley Minnie (c) 
Andrews Samuel (c) 
Clay Charles F 
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Milner Dock (c) 



AMY, changed to Delevan 



ANDERSON, 

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ANGIER AV, from 210 E Pine s 
e to 334 N Jackson, thence e to 
Sou Ry, paved with granite 
block from Pine to Arnold, 
sewerage from Bedford PI to 
Jackson and Boulevard to 
Randolph, water throughout 
1 Culver Jesse L 
3 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
5 Callaway Ralph W 

7 Durr Henry D 

8 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

9 Hix William A 

10 Zahn Frances E Mrs 

11 Clark Etta Mrs 

Bedford PI Intersects 
15 North Side Ice Crm Parlor 
17 North Side Dairy 
18-20 North Side Grocery Co 
19 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
22 Stubbs Anna (c) 
28 Acton J Caryl 
30 Olesen John P 
36 Buit Walter E 
40 Smith Aimer S 
44 Thornton William P 
46 Brooks William H 
48 Dean Frank G 

52 Lucas James N 

53 Jones Sherman (c) 
56 Condon James J 

59 Meredith John R 

60 McTierman John J 
63 Conliff Robert A 

66 Srochi Morris 

67 Looney James S 

70 Janes Edward H 

71 Campbell Fred A 
74 Fair Wilder A 

78 McHan Charles H 

79 Dean Charles A 

82 Rankin Jesse R 

83 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

85 Huggin Hugh A 

86 Taylor Charles P 

87 Buffington Carrie Mrs 

90 McKinnon Minnie S Mrs 
Sumniitt Av Intersects 

91 Varley Owen M 

92 Jones William C 

95 Keeney Hugh G 

96 Cheatham Thomas M 

101 Carter Hugh D 

102 Mitchell James 
105 Stansell Adin B 

109 Robertson Mary H Mrs 

Jackson Intersects 
129 Angier Av Pharmacy 

132 Beckham Mamie P Mrs 

133 Wash William H 

134 Osborn Mary C Mrs 

135 Tomlinson John P 
North Boulevard Intersects 

167 Mahoney Joseph A 
169 Wilhoit J Preston 

171 McCallie Samuel W 

172 Bussey Mary L Mrs 

174 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

175 Zachrv James B 

176 Shacklett Henry A 

179 Gann George H 

180 Jamerson Lylburn P 
182 Vannerson William H 



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de Jarnette John T 
de Jarnette Nathan H 

Angier Place Begins 
Parham John M 
Crusselle Victor H 
Zellars Peter 
Schmitt Robert 
Symmers William B 
Everett F Chappell 
Sparks King 
Thompson James R 
Cook John S 
Spratley Richard J 
Barnett Jones W 
Albert Nettie J Mrs 
Lawton Lewis B 
Beason Ada A Mrs 
Sharp Harry L 

Arnold Intersects 
Alexander John G 
Estes Joseph L 
Baldwin Leonard 

Randolph Intersects 
Brown Thomas C 
Snee James J 
Sharp Luther W 
Everett James H 

Edith Begins 
Peat Henry (c) 
Cochran Thomas 
Mayfield Jackson J 

Dallas Intersects 
Brown Clinton 
Reeder Daniel J 
Slater Felix R 
Southern Ry Intersects 



ANGIER PARK, at intersection 
of Angier av and Sou Ry, ad- 
dress mail "Atlanta R F D 5" 

ANGIER PLACE (formerly part 
of Howell), from 186 Angier 
av s to Rice, 1 e of Boulevard 

4 Snead Marion C 

5 Mullin Fletcher W 

6 Manget James D Dr 

7 Carter Frank J 

8 Shephard John C 

9 Tidwell Earle V 

11 Campbell Romney L 

27 Lyman Edward E 

28 Farley Howard 
31 Ferris Harold A 



ANGIER SPRINGS, at intersec- 
tion of Angier av and Sou Ry, 
address mail "Atlanta R F D 
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ANGIER SPRINGS ROAD, from 
Sou Ry e to Kearsarge av, 1 s 
of North av 



ANNA, from Curran s w to Mc- 
Millan, 3 n of Marietta, water 
throughout 
6 Turner Harvey 

8 Burgess Edward 

9 Poss Albert C 

10 Hurst Robert G 
12 O'Neal Maysie Mrs 

14 Hancock Robert G 

15 Poss Albert C Jr 
15-B Barnett Riley A 

16 Lankford Louis 

17 Wooten Preston A 

18 Clark James T 



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ANNIE Ormwood Park 



ANNISTON AV, from Boulevard 
DeKalb s to car line, 2 e of 
Whiteford av 



ANSLEY PARK, on Peachtree rd, 
bet loth and 17th 



ANTONE, from Howell Mill road 
e, 1 n of Bishop 



APPLE, South Atlanta 



ARCADIA (Decatur) on S Deca- 
tur car line 



ARCHER (Battle Hill), from 
Wellington w to 38 Joe John- 
son av 
1 Debray Frederick E 



ARDEN AV, Oakland City 
71 Head Oscar T 
83 Brown Benjamin N 



ARGARD (Copenhill), from 604 
Highland av n w to Lurey 
12 Sears Noah S 
14 Sadler James S 
16 Porter Edward A 
18 Knight Thomas A 
20 Haney Albert P 
22 Price Benjamin S 
24 Kane John F 
28 Moore Malcolm S 
32 White Harris G 
36 South Francis E A 



ARIZONA AV (Edgewood), from 
DeKalb n to McLendon, 6 e of 
Mayson av, sewerage from De- 
Kalb to McLendon 

4 Jones William (c) 

5 Lee Harris (c) 

6 Carlisle Edward (c) 

13 Simmons Thomas (c) 
12 Shepard Walsh (c) 

14 Johnston John H 
16 Bloodworth James 
20 Roberts Allen J 

34 Gulledge Adolphus 

New York Av Begins 
38 Holbrook Ola 
52 Flournoy Wm Clarence 
68 Graham Elwood 

Indiana Av Begins 
80 Chambers Levi E 

Delaware Av Begins 
89 Myers James G 
96 Camp Harrison R 
100 Southall Louis A 
105 Peters Edward D 



ARKWRIGHT PLACE on South 
Decatur car line, near Dahl- 
gren station 
53 Denmar Julius L 
66 Andrews Ernest 
68 Chase John D 
75 Shumate Edward 
80 White James K 
82 Reeder Henry 
84 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 



ARLINGTON AV, from 571 Lee w 
to limits, 1 n of Avon av, water 
throughout, paved with ma- 
cadam, sewerage Lee to Prin- 
cess av 

Princess Av Intersects 



ARMISTEAD PLACE, from 380 
W Peachtree w to Spring, 1 
n of Fourth 



ARMOUR, from 14th n to Wood 
av, 5 e of East 



ARMOUR STATION, address mail 
"Atlanta R F D 4" 



ARMSTRONG, from 78 Piedmont 
av s e to Pratt, 1 n of Gilmer, 
paved with macadam from 
Piedmont to Butler, sewerage 
and water throughout 
3 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

46 Thornbrough William W 

47 Haynes William W 
49 Roulin Abraham 

53 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

55 Wellborn Robert M 

Butler Intersects 

75 Howell John (c) 

76 Martin Charles (c) 

79 Johnson Margaret (c) 

80 Greer Florida (c) 

83 Parks Angeline (c) 

84 Mane Clifford (c) 

86 Scott William (c) 

Pratt Intersects 

87 Fomby Mima (c) 

91 Vafcant Sept 24, 1912 
95 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 



ARNOLD, from Rice n e to Ponce 
de Leon av, 1 e of Howell, sew- 
erage throughout, water from 
Angier to Rankin, paved with 
chert Angier to Rankin 

3 Williams Oscar R 

5 Wilson Alfred C 

9 Albright James C 
11 Barnwell Claude 

16 Askew Samuel H 

17 Boyer Charles 

18 Sumner Charles E 

19 Schell Wiliam L 

20 Hawthorne J Foster 

21 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
32 Wimberly Mayfield 

Angier Av Intersects 
53 Crowell Frederick B 
57 Beall William J 

60 King John S 

61 Cook William E 

Rankin Intersects 
Arnold Intersects 
21 S Owens Augustus A 

ARNOLD AV, from Mayson av to 
Glendale, changed to Roark 



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81 Chestnut, 1 n of W Fair 



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3 Lindorme Frederick R 

7 Shumake Henry (c) 

8 Reid Bessie (c) 

10 Graves A 

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Dewey Av Intersects 

12 Hodges Lou Mrs 

14 Thornton Mittie (c) 

15 Hood E Lyman Rev 

16 Jones Lee (c) 

17 Ellis Hattie (c) 

Ira Intersects 

20 Frazier Cleveland (c) 

21 Pambrough Harrison (c) 
23 Grier Isaac (c) 

25 Nichols Harriet (c) 
27 Rosser Fletcher (c) 
Smith Intersects 
McDaniel Intersects 
Hubbard Intersects 
Sims Intersects 
113 Sims James J (c) 
115 Elam William E 
117 Harper Thomas Z (c) 
Elizabeth Intersects 



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s to L & N R R, and n to Chat- 
tahoochee av, 1 w of Lee, paved 
with macadam from Greens- 
ferry av to Oglethorpe, sewer- 
age from Greensferry to West 
End av, Norcross to Oglethorpe 
av, and Mathews to White, 
Drummond to Parsons and Jef- 
ferson to Marietta, water from 
Hunter to Drummond and W 
Fair to white 

Going North 
i Columbus Ends 

2 Ideal Grocery Co 
48 Dunham Georgia (c) 
115 Marcus Young (c) 
117 Moore Ethel (c) 
, 119 Jackson Emma (c) 
I Parsons Ends 

171 Dismiike William H (c) 
175 Driskell William B (c) 
177 Marion Green F (c) 
181 Brown Arthur P (c) 

Drummond Intersects 
185 Carlton James (c) 

204 Flynn Judson (c) 

205 Miller Dilcy (c) 

207 Leonard Letitia (c) 
219 Foster James (c) 

Ashby Place Begins 
223 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
227 Smith Arthur S (c) 

Hunter Intersects 
261 Hodo J W 

Harwell Intersects 

263 Savell Charles B 

264 Davis Daniel S A 
• 265 Griffin Louis A 

266 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

267 Roberts William P 
270 Robertson James C 



272 Garner William N 

274 Deal Ivory 

275 Elliott Ollie W 

287 McCart James L 

288 Ashby Street School 

291 Walker Respess . 

299 Ghollosy Ralph C 

300 Connally Thomas C 
306 Ezra Baptist Church 

Mayson and Turner Av Intersects 
314 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
318 Manley Francis C 
320 Brannon Samuel J 
327 Hill Elijah (c) 

Thurmond Ends 
342 Knight Walter R 
475 Sayne Paul J 
482 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
485 Smith Ida Mrs 

Simpson Intersects 
550 Hatcher Josie E Mrs 
575 Turner Asbury (c) 

Neal Ends 
603 Bennett Fannie Mrs 
609 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

Jett Ends 
601 Ashley William 
618 Deal Thomas W 

Bay Begins 
621 Moseley Joseph (c) 
623 Wesley John (c) 
625 Henderson Aaron (c) 
627 Evans Sugar (c) 
629 Burks Thomas (c) 
631 Walker Annie (c) 

635 Freeman Ella (c) 

Linton Intersects 
North Av Ends 

636 Price Mattie (c) 
640 Ray Robert (c) 

642 Greenway Richard (c) 
647 Skipper Elbert 

649 Akin Thomas 

Poland Begins 

650 Davidson Jane Mrs 
654 Garner Robert 

659 Brawner William 

660 Kelly T Oscar 

662 Collier Green (c) 

663 Coleman Jesse 

664 Hall Lillie (c) 

Pelham Intersects 
668 Flournoy William 
670 Akins Ernest P 
672 Allen Young J 
676 Jeffares John 
678 Kemp Martha A Mrs 

Fox Ends 
680 Stephens Ernest 
682 Duncan Ebenezar 
691 Moran Robert S 

Bellwood Av Intersects 
704 Carroll Thomas 
706 Wadkins Mary J Mrs 
708 Wilkerson William C 
710 Sweat Edgar 
712 Chester Regis A (c) 
716 Collier Isaac (c) 
740 Smith Nathan M 

A B & A R R Intersects 
Bedford Intersects 
751 Willams Emmett 
753 Nathan Charles 
755 Johns Alfred L 

757 Bell Edgar F 

758 Saunders Martha Mrs 
763 Berrett Evelyn Mrs 
763-A Brown George 

Jefferson Intersects 



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779 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
787 Lining- James S 
789 Jackson Oliver 

Main Intersects 
Going South 

3 Salmon Jack H 

4 Oechsle Edgar 

8 Templeman James W 
12 Yongue Charles S 

15 Wood Thomas 

16 Echols W Homer 

17 Kane Thomas 
17-A Jones Mary (c) 

18 Legg Asbery S 
1S-A Lee Cora (c) 
21 Moses David 

25 Smith Catlett C Rev 

28 McGee Melvin J 

30 Stephenson William M 

Sells Av Begins 
33 Lambert Joseph W 
38 Steint George 

West End Av Ends 
41 Martin John 
53 Connally Elijah L Dr 

75 Kelpen Ralph H 

76 Fuller James M 

79 Johnson John H 

80 Roberts Claud W 

81 Gunn Zachariah P 

83 Harris Leroy W 
Cunningham Place Begins 

84 Wiggins Eugene C 

85 Lukens M B Dr 
Whitehead Charles H 

90 Cox John C 

94 Woodall Charles L 

98 Dewberry Bradford E 

99 Pate Hiram L 

102 Findley John T 

Norcross Ends 

103 Latham Joseph G 

106 Pope Hepzibah J Miss 

107 Page George H 
112 Mills Orien H 

114 Russell Theresa Mrs 
116 Moncrief William J 
120 Wynne James R 

L>ucile Av Begins 

130 Morris George N 

Park Ends 

131 Dozier James S 

132 Martin Johi* W 

134 Castleberry Dudley A 
136 Deyerle Oscar W 
141 Johnson Thomas G 

143 Pendleton William M 

144 Blanton Hartwell S 
146 Line Joseph E 

150 Launius John S 

152 Thompson Robert A 

158 McGrath Millard 

160 Frierson Herbert R 

161 Rankin James W 

162 McDonald Susan A Mrs 

Oak Intersects 

167 Logul Jonathan J 

168 Barwick John A 

172 Barton Walter F 

173 Hartman William A 
175 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
177 Simpson, William A 

180 Southern Bell Tel & Tel Co 

181 Steedman Francis L 

182 Dobbins Walter C 

184 Cox Eugene H 

185 Arnold William H 
194 Floyd Linton E 




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200 Lowry Elmer R 

203 Swann Lee A 

204 Bowden John Q 

205 Law George R 

207 Dent Heard W 

208 Jordan C Harvie 

211 Wisdom William 

212 Wilkinson James 
215 Bridwell W L 

218 Calloway I Tucker 

219 Muse Susan P Mrs 
to Virgil 

224 Meintzer John C 

225 Smith Henry C 

Gordon Intersects 

249 St Anthony Catholic Church 

250 Romines Leonidas O 

251 Jackson Oliver N Rev 

252 Moltz George A 

253 Gardner William A Dr 

254 Dupree William L 

York Av Ends 

255 Heath William P 
258 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
260 Flury Wiliam A 
262 Jones Benjamin F 
264 Rose John W 

266 Brehm William F 
268 Weedon Lindley A 
270 Wilson Louise C Mrs 

272 Vacant Sept 11 1912 

273 Skinner James O Jr 

274 Wellborn Jessie Mrs 

276 Richardson Susie E Mrs 

277 Johnson James E 

278 Prince Jacob 

280 Brown Matthew D 
285 Reynolds John T 
289 Roberts George M 

Oglethorpe Av Intersects 
308 Hopkins William D 
310 Wilburn Samuel C 
314 McJenkins Johnson E 
318 McDuffie William B 
320 Herndon Marvin S 
324 Hopkins James H * 
326 Wallace Charles B * 
334 Reeves R Walker 

Mathews Intersects 
348 Nicholson Samuel T 
350 Bailey James H 
354 Mundy Andrew J 
360 Huber Albert C 

Beecher Intersects 
386 Arnold Andrew L 
392 Smith Walter C 

White Intersects 
L & IV Belt Line Intersects 

Donnelly Intersects 
A & W P & C of Ga Intersects 

Murphy Av Intersects 
407 Thomason James J 
411 Edward George M 
417 Watts Peter (c) 
425 Long Maud (c) 
475 Lee Lizzie (c) 
483 Eason Charles W 
485 Fox Henry H 
487 Miller Lonnie L 
489 Guimarin Henry A 
496 Strickland Clarence R 
498 Guimarin M J B Mrs 

Avon Av Intersects 
502 Betterton Joshua R 
Dill Av Intersects 
60? Forrest Thomas J 

Arden Av Intersects 



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ASHBY PLACE, from 219 Ashby 
w one block, water and sewer- 
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ASHFORD PARK, 10 miles n of 
Atlanta on Peachtree road 



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ASHLAND AV, from Lake av e to 
Waverly Way, and w to Sou 
Ry, 2 n of Edgewood av, In- 
man Park, water from Lake av 
223 Sutherlin Mary L Mrs 
Going East 
1 Hadden Sallie Mrs 
5 Ragon Homer J 
9 Costley Woodson B Rev 

10 Rutledge William W 
12 Spivey William F 

Virgil Begins 
15 Forshaw Walter H 
17 Tuggle Anna F Mrs 

20 Young Marshall B 

21 Perdue Benjamin 

22 McDaniel George W 
Hale Begins 

28 Perdue Murray 

29 Rush John A 
37 Smith Thomas L 
61 Vacant Sept 15, 1912 

Hill Intersects 

68 Glass William C 

69 Jones Harvey H 
Scoggins David H 

71 Stephens James C 
123 Washington Oscar E 
Going West 
1 Sheridan John E 
5 Wrinkle Frank 
9 Levin William 

11 Morgan Paul M 

IaTKINSON AV, from 41 12th n 
to 32 E 13th 



•ATLANTA AV, from 444 Pulliam 
e to Boulevard, 1 s of Ormond 
sewerage Cherokee to Raw- 
lings 

5 Paris Molingay 

6 Sutter Loyd 

10 Fincher Cicero A 
12 Stegall Henry N 

Washington Intersects 

39 Watson John W 

40 Bozeman James B Rev 

43 Evans Walter C 

44 Gardner William G 

45 Guy Walter C 

48 Sconvers Forrece S 

49 Shane Alta Miss 

Crew Intersects 
55 Street Charles H 
59 Reeves Isaac A 
61 McDaniel Draton L 

Capitol Av Intersects 

Fraser Intersects 

Connally Intersects 

Garden Intersects 

Hill Intersects 
Grant Intersects 
281 Delacy Lucius W 

Rawlins Intersects 

290 Bell Jesse T 

291 Rushin Junius C 
Cherokee Ave Intersects 

294 Lotspeich Wylie W 
298 Jackson James E 



303 Allen Clarence E 

Park Av Ends 
309 Mills Frederick H 
395 French Arthur A 



ATLANTA AV, located in Peach- 
tree Hills Place 



ATLANTA AV (Battle Hill), 
changed to Mims 

ATLANTA HEIGHTS, on Peach- 
tree road 5 miles n of Atlanta, 
address mail "Atlanta, R F D 
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ATLANTA NATIONAL BANK 
BUILDING, 20 Whitehall 



ATLANTIS AV, from Lurey av 
n e to Carmel, 1 s of Highland 
av, Inman Park 



ATWOOD, from 451 Gordon n to 
Greensferry av, 1 w of Holder- 
ness, water Gordon to Lee, 
sewerage from Gordon to Oak 
and from Greenwich to Greens- 
ferry av 

7 Dougherty Mary A Mrs 

9 McCord John K 

10 Stephens Taylor P 

11 Goolsby Gertrude A Mrs 

12 Waters Howard L 
15 Wooster Clarence A 
17 McLaughlin Elwood F 
19 Pickett John S 

21 White John W 

Oak Intersects 
Greenwich Intersects 
30 Andrews John A 
33 Guest James M 
35 Sasnett Rolin S 
37 Spearman Thomas 
65 Dyson James C 
77 O'Shields Thomas 
79 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

Sells Av Intersects 
' 121 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
125 Stanford Charles 
165 Treadwell Fannie W Mrs 

Gordon Intersects 
213 Dobbs John H 

Wickersham W A 



AUBURN AV, from 65 Pi-ach- 
tree e to limits, 1 n of Kdge- 
wood av, paved with granite 
block from Peachtree to But- 
ler, asphalt from Butler to 
Yonge, rubble from Yonge to 
Boulevard, macadam from 
Boulevard to Randolph, sewer- 
age and water throughout 
2 Proctor Coal ^o The 
2% R E B rlah-c.-V'SSing Prlrs 
Yarbrough Henry W 
Hon'dns John R 
Menkee Lawrence E 

5 Fordon Morris 

6 Cuban-P R Cisr-Tob Co 

7 Broom Jesse W 

8 Gilmer Mercer W 

9 Willingham Rl Est Agency 

10 Moore George P 

10 V- Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

11 Bell Robert H 

12 Woodside John J 
Woodside Storage Co 



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Union Plumbing Co 
13-15 Haverty Furniture Co 

McMillen William E 
14 Provident Loan Society 
14-A Lumpkin T B Realty Co 
14V£ Moore Jno L & Sons (Inc) 
16 Lavine Samuel 

Pryor IiiterneetH 
19 Fraser Gilbert T R 
21 Cotton States Electric Co 
27-29 Wright Sallie L Miss 
30-32 Orr J K Shoe Co 

33 Vacant Oct 2, 19] 2 

Porter'* Alley Ends 

34 Edgar & Haley Auto G Co 

35 Empire Tire Co 
35 V 2 Ridley, James B 

37 Atlanta Athletic Club 
38-40 Purcell Theodore E 
40 y 2 Puncture Proof Tire Co 

41 Lee, George 

42 Koons Emma B Miss 
45-47 E M F Atlanta Co 
451/2 Black Bldg 

46 McPherson Auto Tire Co 
46 V 2 Calumet House 
48 Ajax Grieb Rubber Co 
50 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

52 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

53 Atl Steam Dye & C Wks (c) 

53 y 2 Independent Pub Co (c) 

Atlanta Independent (c) 
Grand l T O Odd Fellows (c) 

54 Oliver Typewriter Agency 

55 Holloway James L (c) 
Hatchett Elmer W 

56 Mansfield Tire & Rubber Co 

57 Papas, Philip K 

58 Firestone Fire & Rubber Co 

IVy JllllTM'l-ls 

63 Wesley Memorial Church 

Woolf Winfield P 

Wesleyan Christ'n Advocate 

Georgia Anti-Saloon League 

Keough J Byron 

Smith Martha E Miss 

Plunkett Nora Miss 

King Lula Clark Miss 

Acme Letter Co 

Jones Blance P 

Wells Sarah 

Marshbank James W 

Steinheimer Nelle J Miss 

Wardell James C 
69 Swords George W 
73 Gentry John A 
75-77 Vacant Sept 19. 1912 
78 Atl Coca-Cola Botlg Wks 

82 Watter Cynthia M Mrs 

83 Overby Annie Mrs 
86 Fox Michael 

90 Pratt N P Laboratory 

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102 Pope Sarah E Mrs 

106 McMann Nellie Mrs 

110 Cronin Joseph S 

114-16 Studebaker Corporation 

115 Beattie Roxie Mrs 

119 Bracewell Hattie Miss 

121 Pool & Iselv Co 

121 M> Sou School Book Depstrv 

122 Y M C A (c) 

125 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

126 Reid Eloise <c) 

127 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

131 Attaway Judson M 

132 Woodward Sidney <c> 

133 Nusbaum Samuel 

135 Perry Joseph S Rev (c) 



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Smith Napoleon B (c) 

-40 Clein Philip S 

Vfc Standard Life Ins Co (c) 
Slater Thomas H Dr (c) 
Hamilton Joseph R (c) 
Owens George W Dr (c) 
Thompson Rachel (c) 
Piedmont Av InterwectH 
Green James W & Son 

y 2 Stephens Thomas 
Williams & Virgiotis 

y 2 Allen & Co 
Craig Julia (c) 
Jordan Rosser F 
Cox William M (c) 

y 2 Avery Lula (c) 
Alexander Henry (c) 
Goldberg Abraham H 

y 2 Gant Rebecca (c> 
Philips Pauline (c) 

-A Tanner Anna (c) 
Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

-B Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

y 2 Cater Charles C Jr Dr (c) 
Nash Homer E Dr (c) 
Badger Frank B (c) 

153 Hopkins James A (c) 

154 Harrison Nellie (c) 

155 N C Mutual & P Assn (c) 
15"6 Smith Anna (c) 

158 Wise Kansas (c) 

159 Henderson Roger (c) 

160 Keith Emmett (c) 

161 Goosby Thomas (c) 

162 Crosby William C (c) 

163 McFarlin Lewis (c) 

164 Auburn Pub Co (c) 

165 Parker Alfred (c) 

166 Bell Jack (c) 

166 y 2 Bell Jack (c) 

167 Williams Milissa (c) 

168 Stovall Walter A (c) 
168% Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

169 Nolan Lizzie (c) 

170 Cunningham Eliza (c) 

171 Felton Leroy (c) 

173 Jones Julia J (c) 

174 Hill Charlotte (c) 

175 Jones Patsy (c) 

178 Kelley & Cato 

179 McGarr Nellie (c) 
179-A Smith Lucy (c) 
181 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
1S1-B Holmes Bunzy R (c) 

183 Harney Alexander (c) 

Butler Intersects 

184 Gate City Drug Store (c) 

185 Atl State Savings Bank <c) 
185% Ga Mut Ind L & H Ins Co 

187 Strickland Charles (c) 

188 Mecca Cafe 

188-B DeSoto Barber Shop (c) 

191 Williams Ida (c) 

192 Robinson Arthur (c) 

193 Hightower Lillian (c) 

194 Ween Bright (c) 

195 Taylor Robert B (c) 

196 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

197 Crawford Dock C (c) 
Burden & Wingfield (c) 

198 Ellis George (c) 

199 Ballard William H (c) 

Bell Intersect* 

200 Odd Fellows Club House (c) 

201 Cater Charles C (c) 
2ii 1 1., Anton Robert (c) 

202 Atl Mut Ins Assn (c) 

203 Robinson Mattie (c) 

20.4. .Church of God Gro Store ,'e) 




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AUBURN — Cont'd 
206 Cox Bros (c) 

206 y 2 Russell Samuel M Dr (c) 

207 Jones Martha (c) 

208 Everhart Nathan (c) 
210 Union Neutral Assn (c) 

210 y 2 Pharrow Robert E (c) 

211 Daniel Daphney (c) 

212 Asbury William (c) 
212% Williams Asbury (c) 

214 Atlanta Market Co 

215 Pixley John P (c) 

216 Afri-Kola Co 
Hagan & Dodd Co 

217 Edwards Lula (c) 
2171,2 Rucker Mary (c) 

218 Red Rock Co 
218-B Peek Phoenix (c) 

219 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

220 Menefee J Wyley (c) 

221 Thomas & Rusher (c) 

221 y 2 Taylor Alfred G Dr (c) 

Tuberculosis Dispensary (c) 

222 Hunter James (c) 

223 Fountain Samuel J (c) 

224 Smith Bryant T (c) 

225 Lindley Moses (c) 

226 Wimbish Elbert (c) 
228% Swindo Charles (c) 

229 Hightower Jesse (c) 
229-B McNair Morgan (c) 

230 Thomas Pleasant A (c) 

231 Mitchell Charles M 

232 Backus Andrew 

233 Balser Joseph 
235 Balser Joseph 

238 Auburn Pharmacy (c) 

239 Day A Eustace Rev (c) 

240 Auburn Soda Co (c) 

241 St Pauls Episcopal Chrch (c) 
St Pauls Parish T & I Sch 

242 Jenkins Samuel 

244 Wolf Bernard 

245 Wyatt Claude (c) 

246 Walton L P (c) 

246 V 2 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

248 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

249 Williams Asbury S (c) 

252 Grier Charles (c) 

253 Boykin Prank (c) 

254 Hannah Wiliam (c) 

255 Darden James K (c) 

256 Russell Frank R (c) 
258 Skinner Henrietta (c) 

261 Covington Joseph H (c) 

262 Jones Tobias (c) 

Milliard Intersects 

263 Osborne John (c) 

264 Martin & Ellington (c) 

265 Brown Daniel (c) 

266 Goode Nora (c) 

268 Ingram Victoria (c) 

269 Butler Henry R Dr (c) 

270 Echols James (c) 

271 Wright Benjamin F (c) 

272 Hardman Kelly (c) 

273 Porter James R (c) 

274 Ludley Cornelia (c) 
274V 2 Rose John W 

276 Glass Clara (c) 

277 Johnson Lula (c) 

278 Allen Lelah (c) 
278% Frazier Lula (c) 

279 Butler Savannah (c) 

280 Robinson Charlie (c) 

281 Crawford William (c) 

283 Dodson Henry W (c) 

Yonpje Ends 

284 McCrary Ida (c) 



285 Warwick Barron 

286 Bailey Mary (c) 

288 Gholstin Lula (c) 

289 Muse Mary (c) 

290 Inman Philip (c) 

291 Walton James S (c) 

292 Allen Josey (c) 

293 Washington Emma (c) 

294 Brown Benjamin (c) 

295 McPherson Susan (c) 

296 Barnes Amanda (c) 

297 Jones Edgar S (c) 

298 Horton Cornelia (c) 

299 DeLacy Johnnye (c) 

300 Bell John H (c) 

302 Feibel Julius 

303 Goosby Robert (c) 

304 Whitaker Nelson (c) 

306 Williamson Anna (c) 
306% Nickerson Leonard (c) 

307 Betts Edward (c) 

308 Williams David (c) 
308% Burley Clarence R (c) 

309 Greenberg Abby 

310 Capers Emma (c) 

311 Greenberg Abby 

312 Ellington & Martin (c) 

Jackson Intersects 

314 Backas & Petroulos 

315 Delbridge Allen J (c) 

316 Blackmon James M 

317 Scheel Sallie (c) 
318-A Spinks Felix 
318-B Greer Polly (c) 
320-A Slicer Walter (c) 
320-B Ivy Mary 

321 Parks William H (c) 

Climax Place Begins 
322-A Dobbs Emmie R (c) 
322-B Shelton Oscar J (c) 
323 Jackson J Warren Rev (c) 

325 Pope Andrew (c) 

326 Colbert George (c) 

327 Glover Sarah (c) 

328 Johnson Harvey (c) 

330 Sanders George (c) 

331 Slaton Lucy (c) 

332 Griggs Hiram (c) 

333 Harper Clara A (c) 

335 Holsey Lucius H Rev (c) 

339 Redding Wesley E (c) 

340 Hill Augustus W (c) 

342 Russell Frank (c) 

343 Randall Daniel (c) 

344 Bruce Philip <c) 

345 Reynolds Ida L (c) 

346 Tellis Henry (c) 

347 Harper Emily (c) 

348 Watson Ebb (c) 
350 Lee Randal (c) 
352 Dogan Vaster (c) 
354 Gettes Walter (c) 
356 Harris John (c) 
358 Capes Emma (c) 

Boulevard Intersects 
364 Moore Frank (c) 
364-A Burlie Thomas (c) 
366-A Edmonds William (c) 
368 Rogers William (c) 
368-A Wagner Albert (c) 
370 Howard Bertha (c) 
370-A Thomas Anna (c) 
372 Weems Elbert (c) 
372-A Causey Laura (c) 

374 Bracy Paul (c) 

375 Crowder Rosa (c) 
375% Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

376 Stevens Louisa (c) 

377 Harper Theodore (c) 



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377 y 2 Turner Pleasant M (c) 

378 Anderson Osborn (c) 

380 Williams John (c) 
380-A Edward William (c) 

381 Reid Daniel (c) 

383 Williams Adam D Rev (c) 

384 Rosenberg- Herman R 
387 Park William (c) 

391 Smith Henry (c) 

Hogue Begins 

392 Patterson Elijah (c) 

394 Robinson Arthur (c) 

395 Paison Charles A (c) 

396 Armstrong Arthur (c) 
398 Hurt Alice (c) 

402 Bryant P James Rev (c) 

403 Calhoun Moses (c) 
406 Kirk Frank (c) 
407-A Williams Mattie (c) 
407-B Huff Henry (c) 

408 Williams Susie (c) 

409 Yarbrough Mary (c) 
409-A Miller Lucy (c) 

409-B Williams Alonzo W (c) 
411 Dawson Alexander Rev (c) 
411-A Woodin Thomas (c) 
411-B Watson William (c) 
413 Harper Charles L (c) 
415 Byrd Ellen (c) 

418 Sims Temple (c) 

Howell Intersects 

419 McGowan Thomas (c) 

422 Watkins John (c) 

423 Landrum Ella T (c) 

426 Lewis Ida M (c) 

426% Sutton William M (c) 

427 Turner Joshua A (c) 

428 Sutton William M (c) 

430 Merlin Morris 

431 Arter Lucy B (c) 

433 Williams Malcomb (c) 

435 Davis Emma (c) 

Old Wheat Ends 

436 Booth Sallie (c) 

439 Marshall John (c) 

Bradley Intersects 

440 Spears Eva (c) 

441 Tigney Cordosia (c) 
443 Jones Frank (c) 

446 Norman Henry W (c) 

447 Burnett Peter (c) 
447-A Nickerby Joseph (c) 
447-B Huff Jacob (c) 
449-A Bruno Clara (c) 

450 Howell George M (c) 

452 Thomas Mark A (c) 

453 Walker Joseph (c) 

454 Dickerson Walter (c) 

455 Hood Abner D (c) 

456 Lamar James (c) 

457 King Cornelius (c) 

458 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 
458% May Let ha (c) 

Randolph Intersects 
463 Richardson Margaret (c) 
465 Clayton Charles (c) 
469 Ellington Dawson (c) 

471 McCrary George (c) 

472 Wimbush Elbert (c) 

473 Sherman Simon (c) 

474 Tompkins Andrew (c) 

Gospero Ends 

475 Leaphart Fannie R (c) 

Air Line Ends 
487 Smith Julia (c) 
491-A Richardson McHenry (c) 
491-B Chester Charles (c) 
495 Smith Mansfield (c) 
Irwin Intersects 



501 Arnold Thomas (c) 

503 Holloway Floyd (c) , 

505 Stark Robert (c) 

507 Nolan Bud (c) 

509 Turner Fletcher (c) 



AUDITORIUM BLOCK, bounded 
by Courtland, Gilmer, Pied- 
mont and Warren Place 

AUGUSTA AV, from 385 Hill e 
to Grant Park, 2 s of Georgia 
av, -paved with macadam, sew- 
erage and water throughout 
1 Beckham, William A 

7 Stocton Benjamin F 

8 Gresham James M 

9 Hall Orville H 

10 Herring William B 

11 Williams James O 

16 Dyer Walter W 

17 Jones William M 

19 Conley John M 

20 Davis Edgar E 

23 Coppedge William H 
26 Latimer Jessie Mrs 

30 Davidson Joseph B 

31 Mashburn John W 
35 Dumas Martin L 

Lyons John T 
39 McKown Thomas J 

42 Copeland John J 

Grant Intersects 

43 Cason Benjamin H 
53 Hooten John H 

55 Gibbs Frederick P 

59 Kinnebrew Anna Mrs 

63 Goodman John B 

64 McCulloch Frederick R 

66 Slade Artis L 

67 Moncrief Guy 

68 Sutton H Hirst 
70 Conn James C 

72 Werber Carl A 

73 Williams Edwin E 

78 Hardwick John W 

Oakland Av Ends 

79 Floyd David H 

80 Burnett J William 

Viola Ends 

86 Saxon Wash P 

87 Westberry Jesse P 

90 Brown Lena Mrs 

91 Lawshe Robert E 

95 Bolton Benjamin F 

96 Blair Robert C 

Cherokee Intersects 




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AUSTIN AV, from Euclid ave e to 
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57 Austin Bloomer H 
65 Moody Richard A 
68 Palmer Richard A 

72 Kriegshaber William V 

73 McCollum John B 
Moreland Av Intersects 

AVERY DRIVE, from 1114 Pied- 
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AVON AV, from Allene av at A 
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water Lee to Lindale av 
Murphy Av Intersects 

9 Norton Crawford M 
15 Cochran Jefferson 



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17 Wells Ovid M 

' Lee Intersects 

38 Cagle John W 

39 McGinnis Claud A 

40 Bryant Irwin C 

44 Burnette Reuben P 

45 Howell Sta Christian Ch 

46 Oakland City School 

47 Howard Thomas A 

48 Avon Ave School 
51 Ryan Edward P 

Princess Av Intersects 
64 Stevens John S 
66 Strickland John W 
70 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

72 Whitaker Maude Mrs 

73 Oakland City Baptist Ch 

75 Marchman E Josephine Mrs 

76 Jenkins Austin 

80 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

81 Withers John B 

82 Mixon James E 

85 Phipps M Preston 

86 Holcombe W Earl 

89 Whitaker Simon T Dr 
Mildred Av Intersects 

90 Holcombe James H 
94 Belk William W 
99 Mallory Malvin P Mrs 

Indale Place Ends 
101 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

106 McGinnis William A 

107 Romer George E 
112 Tull William H 
118 Kershaw Joel K 
122 Watson Arthur H 
126 Ebbert William L 

Epworth Intersects 
128 Wesleyan Methodist Church 
132 Tabler Jasper N Dr 
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Beerman Henry C 
Blackwell Basil 
Roberts Joel J 
Sheffield William H 
Spratt Nelson T 
Spratt William T Sr 



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^JBACKUS ALLEY, from Smith e 

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along Georgia R R to Moreland 
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BAGLEY, from Wilson w to 
Stewart av, 1 n of University 
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BAILEY, from 206 W fair n e to 
Stonewall, 1 w of Chapel, 
paved with macadam, sewer- 
age and water throughout 
8 Abies Cornelius 

10 Calhoun Susie A Mrs 

11 Cobb Hugh B 



15 Roberts Samanthy M Mrs 

16 Askew Thomas J 

18 Winer Morris 

19 Conger Tandy A 

20 Winer Morris 

22 Pratt Viola C Miss 
Perry Joel A 

23 Daniel Martin L 

25 Caldwell Robert E 

26 Noland Oliver F 
30 Malone Rufus C 

34 Brown Charles M 
Peek Eugenia J Mrs 

35 Camp Gordon B 
38 Thrash James B 

Stonewall Intersects 



BAKER, from 275 Peachtree e to 
312 Fort and w to 202 Luckie, 
1 n of Harris, paved with 
granite blocks from Hull to 
Ivy, macadam from Ivy to 
Courtland and Piedmont av to 
Butler, sewerage from Hull to 
Williams and Peachtree to 
Hilliard, water throughout 

Going East 
16-20 Cass, William 
19 Agnew Robert A 
24 Brown Mollie Mrs 
26 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

Ivy Intersects 
42 Hollingsworth Lydia Miss 
46 Taylor Samuel E 
50 Dixon Alice Miss 
54 Palmer Sadie Mrs • 
56 Davies Leslie M 
58 Davis Devries 
60 Wetmore Robert S 
62 Calhoun Lowndes 
64-A Key Cliff G 
64-B Pearson Frank 
64-C Vacant Sept 25, 1912 
68-D Daly Leo P Dr 
68-E Pepper Edmund M 
68-F Cain Arthur H 
70-G Winter Patrick H 
70-H Yeates Thomas 
70-1 Daly Margaret Mrs 

Courtland Intersects 
74 Maeckner Arthur J 
Kirkpatrick Edward 
78 VanWinkle Mary J Mrs 
82 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 
86 Carroll Annie B Mrs 
Wheeler Mary E Mrs 
90 Goldberg Jacob 
93 Sharp Augustus W 

102 Sharp John W 

104 Williams Mansfield J 

114 Harris Esther (c) 

116 Sharp John W 

Piedmont Av Intersects 

122 Jackson Thomas H (c) 

126 Wilburn Arnold (c) 

129 Jossey Emma (c) 

130 Williams George 

131 McGuffey John (c) 

133 Williams Annie (c) 

134 Johnson Fannie (c) 

135 Mitchell Emma (c) 

137 Taylor Mattie (c) 

138 Marcus Edward (c) 

141 James Robert (c) 
141-A Mitchell Annie (c) 

142 Johnson John H (c) 

143 Maddox James R (c) 
145 Wright Rosa (c) 

146 Matthews Henry (c) 



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47 Morgan Anna (c) 

48 Davie Earl (c) 

49 Lofton William (c) 

50 Taylor Martha (c) 

51 Daniel Hattie (c) 

52 Brown Frances (c) 

Butler Intersects 
61 Quarterman James (c) 
65 Cureington Florence (c) 
67 Harris Andrew (c) 
69 Davis Archer (c) 

71 Pritchett Cora (c) 

72 Wilson Viola (c) 

73 Holmes Greene (c) 

74 Turner Frank (c) 

75 Davis James (c) 

76 Ray Lizzie (c) 

7S Rogers Larkin (c) 
79 Watson Robert (c) 
SO Bolls Mary (c) 

81 Jackson Rosa (c) 

82 Harris Mary (c) 

83 Holmes Madison (c) 

84 Payne Wilber (c) 

85 Harvey Walter (c) 

86 Durham Emma (c) 

87 Robertson Edward (c) 

88 Price Robert (c) 

89 Holmes Scott (c) 

90 Davis Lula (c) 

91 Brazel Leonard (c) 
91% Merrion Kate (c) 

92 Downs Henry B (c) 

94 Rail Thomas (c) 

95 Warren Rose <c) 

96 Partee John (c) 

97 Richardson Caroline Cc) 

98 Burney John (o) 

99 Roebuck Fiank (c) 
200 McMaster William (c) 
202 Jackson George (c) 

204 Harris Joseph (c) 

205 Williams South (c) 
207 Mitchell Joseph (c) 
209 Wingfleld Paul (c) 
209% Harris Andrew (c) 

Going West 
11 Savoy Apartments 

Richardson Archie L 

Potts Harry W Mrs 

Gramling Robert E Dr 

Holliday John S 
14 Scott Apartments 

Weaver Thomas J 

Suggs Arthur M 
Bohannon George S 

Brooks Madison W 
17 Atlanta Womans' Club 
19 Y W C A Home 
24 Stillwell Maggie Miss 
25-31 Datz Edward L 

Spring Intersects 

35 Appier David W 

36 Alexander Thomas D 

39 Moore James A 

40 Young G Frederick 

41 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

42 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

45 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

46 Hudson Belus E 

49 Fairman Waverley 

50 Holleyman William C 

53 Osman John D 

54 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
56 McDonald Peter L 

58 Pierce Mattie D Mrs 

59 Atkisson Conquest C 

60 Madison Bettie A Mrs 

61 Sharp Norman 



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62 May Cathrine Mrs 
65 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
65-A McGinty John H 



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Williams Intersects 

Greenp Nancy L Mrs 
Brogdon F Baskell 
McCamy Kate Mrs 
Gladney James S 
Hudson George B 
Kiker William L 
Langston T Robert 
Wiggins William C 
Hoshall Thomas L 
A Stevens Howard C 
Matrangy Sot 
Wahoo Charles M 
Eckerle Maggie Mrs 
Poulos Nicholas 
Whitten James C 
Jobson F Marion 

Orine Intersects 
Moon John T 
Walton William L 
•A Smith Mongin F 
Bell Julia A Mrs 
-A Wilson L Portlock 
Thackston Henry H 
Edwards Oliver W 
Mitchell Lane 
Lewis George T 
Laird Henry M 
■A Bloodworth Mary P Mrs 
McKenzie Julia A Mrs 
Gilliam Thomas L 
Ivey Ida L Mrs 
Mayfield Garrison G 
Boston Frederick A 
Hanlon Joseph 
Cates Serena A Mrs 

Hayden Intersects 

Corley Fannie Miss 
Vaughn Charles A 
Gartrell Joseph B 
Hughes John A 
Brewer William D 
Wiles Robert J 
McDaniel James E 
Walker Tennie M Mrs 
Hunter Leonard M 
I'llmann Albert 
Vacant Sept 23. 1912 
Reeves Wyatt J 
Joslove Isaac 
Austin Whitfield A 
Kidd Theodore D 
Allen Nancy A Mrs 
Wofford Mary Miss 



BAKER (Edgewood), from Mell 
av e to Seals av, 4 n of DeKalb 
av, name changed to Ross 



BAKER'S ROW, from Hum- 
phries w parallel with C of Ga 

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BALTIMORE PLACE, from 163 
West Peachtree w to 348 
Spring-, 1 n Pine, paved with 
rubble, sewerage and water 
throughout 
1 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

3 Omberg Sue Mrs 

4 Anderson Robert G 

5 Stow Edward 

6 Miles Henry S 

7 Roberts Edward H 
9 Frazer Edwin H 

11 Armstrong Alma Mrs 

12 Bruce Philip E 

13 Hindle E Henry 

14 Boyd Hugh B 

15 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

16 Field Minnie Miss 

17 Prichard Arthur C 

18 Patterson Charles E 

19 Hardin Mark A 

20 Green Philip A 

21 Scott Earl 

22 Holmes Lora E Mrs 

23 Godfrey Persis K Mrs 
25 Bryant Wiliam C Dr 
27 Stiles Annie C Mrs 



BAPTIST, from Oliver e, 3 s Sea- 
board av 



BARKSDALE DRIVE, from Pied- 
mont av 1 block n of the Driv- 
ing Club, between Lafayette 
and S Prado in Ansley Park 

1 Neubauer Adolf 

2 Lombard Thomas R 

4 Neely Edgar A 

5 Bradley John 

6 Clark Edward J 

7 Bake Merrill A 



BARNES, from 14th n to limits, 
4 e of East av 



BARNETT, from Williams Mill 
Road n to Greenwood, 3 w of 
Highland av, sewerage from St 
Charles to Highland View 
60-66 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
70 Humphreys Robert L 
88 Cassells William F 

Belgrade Av Intersects 
North Av Intersects 
^152 Langerburgh Theodore Q 
Blue Ridge Av Intersects 
158 Lowe Frank B 
166 Everett George B 

168 Hartsook Thomas M 

169 Beattie Franklin D 

170 Larned William S 
Ponce de Leon Av Intersects 

323 Alexander James (c) 
330 Englett Jesse J 



332 Sparks John 

Highland View Intersects 



BARROWS AV, from Jonesboro 
road, 2 s Southern Ry 

Lansing Intersects 



BARTOW, from W & A R R at 
156 Marietta n e to 93 W Cain 
1 w Spring, paved with gran- 
ite blocks throughout, sewer- 
age from Walton to Luckie, 
■water throughout 
40 Lee Lizzie Mrs 

Walton Intersects 
62 Frazer William L 

Luckie Intersects 



BASS, from 304 Windsor e to 
Cherokee av, 1 s Georgia av, 
paved with macadam from 
Formwalt to Pryor and Wash- 
ington to Capitol av, sewerage 
from Cooper to Formwalt and 
Ami to Woodson, water from 
Cooper to Central av, Crew to 
Capitol av and Fraser to Terry 

Cooper Intersects 
37 Cabell Paul C 
39 Dickenson Marvin M 

41 Feinberg Henry J 

42 Whitmeyer Sarah Mrs 

Formwalt Intersects 

58 Hannemann Julius 

59 Hitchcock Harlyn 

60 Kinney Jesse A 

61 Winn William A 

63 Young Richard S 

64 Perry Susan Mrs 

65 McDonald John A 

66 Glenn Sarah F Mrs 
69 Wynne John F 

Pryor Intersects 
94 Spencer Julia F Miss 
Central Av Intersects 

117 Vacant Sept 21 1912 

118 Johnson William C 

I*ii 1 list in Intersects 

147 Smith Lemuel M 

148 Hudson Marion A 
■Washington Intersects 

175 Dettelbach Louis L 

176 Simons Julius 

178 Wiseberg Solomon W 

180 Holsendorf John 

181 Mooney James E 

184 Deal Thomas J 

185 Leppert Joseph 

Crew Intersects 
197 Arrington Thomas D 
201 Heil Frederick W 
205 Irby John F 
209 Lyons Amelia Mrs 

213 Peek James A 

214 Cofer Charles L 

216 Bearse M Bertha Mrs 
239 Holder Arthur B 

244 Cohen Max 

245 Hollyfield Clifford G 
247 Garrison Fannie Mrs 

249 Snider Milton M 

250 McLean Edward J 

Fraser Intersects 
270 Grier Lizzie (c) 
272 George Jeanette (c) 
273-A Wadley Henry fc) 
273-B Bush William M (c) 
274 Jones Claudia (c) 
276 Mobley Charles (c) 



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277-A Williams Sarah (c) 
277-B Dixon Jennie (c) 
279-A Lane Fannie (c) 
279-B Kitchens Emanuel (c) 
281-A Wright Violet (c) 
281-B Bradley Orange (c) 
286 Stephens Julia (c) 

Reed Intersects 
287-A McMichael Edith (c) 
288 Peek Kate (c) 
291-A Miller Willie (c) 
291-B Willis Helen (c) 
293-A Richards Samuel (c) 
293-B Evans George (c) 
295-A Chanler John (c) 
295-B Gray Jeremiah (c) 
Martin Intersects 
299 O'Donald James (c) 
Terry Intersects 
318 Robinson Elizabeth Mrs 
322 Thomas Catherine (c) 
324 Gladman Aaron (c) 
326 Heard LaFayette (c) 
332 Johnson Paul (c) 
334 Wilson James (c) 

Connally Intersects 
338 Stewart Bessie (c) 
344 Stephens Sidney (c) 
346 Coleman Lilla (c) 
348 Bell Mattie (c) 

\ tui Intersects 
449 Pearce E Lee 

453 Money Edward L 

454 Waters Argus R 

457 Johnson Richard 

458 Hopkins Mary J Mrs 

461 Lashley John W 

462 Richards J Pat 

463 Carroll Ophelia Mrs 

464 "Walker Andrew H 

467 Link Florence M Mrs 

468 Starr James W 

Grant Intersects 

497 Elrod Walker L 

498 Roberts May Belle Mrs 

499 Braswell Samuel S 

500 Fenchel Samuel 

501 Granade L Warren 

502 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

503 Mosley John F 

Oakland Av Intersects 

Viola Intersects 
McWhorter J Vason 
Palmer Alice A Mrs 
Cherokee Av Intersects 



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BATES, from S Boulevard e 
to Gress av, 2 s of Atlanta av 



BATTERY PLACE, on DeKalb 
av bet Hurt st and DeGress av 
1 Bieser Jacob M 
3 Smith William R 
5 Fitzgerald Hugh B 
7 McDaniel J Stephen 



BATTLE, from 134 Greensferry 
av n to 314 W Fair 

Beckwith Intersects 

Fair Intersects 
Arrowood Intersects 



BATTLE AV, located in Peach- 
tree Heights Park 



BATTLEFIELD AV, from Wylie 
s to Arkwright pi, 2 e of 
Moreland av 



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BATTLE HILL AV, from Chick- 
amauga av w to Wellington 
av, 2 n of Greensferry av 



BAY, from Ashby w, 2 s of Pel- 
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BAYLOR AV, from A B & A R 

R w to Rice, 3 s of Marietta C^ E^ 

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BEARS ALLEY, from Walker n <— +. 3 

w to Morris alley, 1 n of Tren- *■-• <^ 

holm CD 53 

BEAVER SLIDE (Cook's Dis- 
trict), on River car line 



BECKWITH, from 33 High w to 
limits, 1 s of W Hunter, sew- 
erage from Doray to Jeptha 
1 Cotton John (c) 
3 Tatum Edgar (c) 
5 Mitchell Brady (c) 
11 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
15 Dockins Henry (c) 
17 Manly Sarah (c) 

Walnut Intersects 
46 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
Yine Intersects 
Knowles Industrial Bldg 
92 Yancey Arthur H (c) 
106 Johnson Jennie 

Granger Intersects 
Chestnut Intersects 
142 Armstrong James (c) 
147 Lewis Nelle D (c), 
152 Allen Peyton (c) 
161 Bonds Henry (c) 
163 Hughes Jeremiah F (c) 
167 Butler Anna (c) 
178 Heard Richard Cc) 
Doray Intersects 
182 Bursey Euville J (c) 

185 Hall Laura (c) 

186 Lewis William (c) 

188 McFarlin Robert (c) 

189 Goosbv Mary (c) 

191 Williams Charles P (c) 

192 Early Benjamin (c) 
197 Washington George (c) 

Jeptha Intersects 
202 Isenberg David 

206 Hall Samuel (c). 

207 Oxford Anthony (c) 

211 Hunter Daniel (c) 

212 Washington David B (c) 
214 Atkins Thomas O (c) 
217 Gunter Alfred (c) 

219 Clark »r-y fc> 
221 Jones James (c) 
224 Bell William T (c) 
231 Thomps Walter fcl 
233 Denton Nehemiah H (c) 
235 Campbell Enoch B (c) 
238 Hollis William (el 
242 Hammer Charles H (c) 
251 Bonner John (c) 
253 Brooks Wesley (c) 
261 Smith Arthur (c) 

Ashby Intersects 
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354 Wiley Madison B 
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BEDFORD (Cook's District), 
from 720 Chestnut w to Ashby, 
2 n of Bellwood av 
76 Wolaver Walter W 

107- Pratt Thomas P 

111 Beach Philip N 

115 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

119 Williams Robert P 

123 Williams James L 

127 Whitten Samuel 

Franklin Intersects 
Oliver Intersects 

139 Norris Henry J 

141 Hightower John 

143 Medlock James 

145 Bannister James L 

147 Arwood Benjamin F 

149 Bannister Herman H 

151 Clark Clyde W 

153 Hayes Robert A 

154 Bennett Erastus (c) 

155 Langley James 
157 Hicks William 

159 Touchstone Bennett H 
161 Helton Charles 

Lindsay Intersects 



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BEDFORD PLACE, from 178 
Forrest av n to 10th st, 2 e 
of Butler, sewerage and water 
throughout, paved with chert 
from Currier to Pine 
10 Owen Joseph S 

15 Swift Willie J Mrs 

16 Thomson Catherine F Mrs 

17 Scanling Frederick E 

19 Bradley Monfort J 

20 Baylor Henry B 
Wabash Av Intersects 

21 Williams Etheldred 

23 Stewart A Bruner 

24 Vacant Sept 11. 1912 

25 Henderson Rebecca Mrs 

29 Wilkins Annie E Mrs 
Fairfax Av Intersects 

30 Eddins Charles W 

32 Dent Isaac A 

33 Bricken William M 

36 Preston Charles F 
36-A Sherwood Harry H 

37 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

39 Fear Henry J 

40 Hopler James H 
Currier Intersects 

43 George Arthur 

44 Poindexter Royal M 
54 Ellenwood E Dean Rev 
56 Marsh Frank M 

58 Russ Hugh T 

59 Estes Frances C Mrs 
61 Bradshaw Ira 

65 Screven Proctor W 

66 Rodgers Robert L 

68 Pierce Lindsey W 

69 Baldwin Comer W 

72 Smith Frank F 

73 Macy L Margaret Mrs 

74 Babb Carl B 
76 McConnell Howard I 
78 Reece Edwin 
86 Standard Charles T 

Angler Av Intersects 

Pine Intersects 
Merritts Av Intersects 



142 Early Mary (c) 
146 Moore Mary (c) 
148 Robinson Maggie (c) 
156 Steele Irving (c) 

Linden Av Intersects 
171 Horton Steele (c) 
172-A Ransom Peter (c) 
172-B Tatum Frank (c) 
174-A Merritt George (c) 
174-B Hawkins John (c) 
176-A Hardee Exer (c) 
176-B Howard Ida (c) 

1 11 mn n Av Intersects 
North Av Intersects 
Ponce de Leon Av Intersects 
285 Vacant Sept 6. 1912 
Fifth Intersects 
293 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
297 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
303 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
Sixth Intersects 
Seventh Intersects 
411 Vacant Oct 3. 1912 
425 Lowe John H 
436 Kindergarten School 
477 Oneal Frank (c) 
481 Hanleys Henry (c) 



BEECHER, from 240 Dee w to 
limits, 2 s of Oglethorpe av, 
paved with macadam from Lee 
to Ashby, sewerage from Lee 
to Azalia and from Cascade e 
to branch, water from Lee to 
Ashby 

18 Hall Homer C 
22 Baggett William A 

26 Harwin Jefferson D 

Evans Ends 

27 Davenport William J 
29 Patterson Ernest E 

34 Douglas Elizabeth R Mrs 
38 Morris Samuel C 

42 Hannah Norman J 

43 Evans N Floyd 
46 Smith Harvey P 

49 Caldwell Kennon 

50 Smith Joseph O 

52 Mearl William D 

53 Allen Bartow F 

54 Jordan R Frank 

62 Payne James J 

63 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

64 Poole Asa S 

65 Libby Robert G 
69 Levy George F 

73 McGee Thomas A 

74 Conner William S 

75 Buck Avro A 

76 Johnson F Augustus 

77 Woodall Marvin P 

81 Skinner Egan G 

Ashby Intersects 

82 Jones William W 

Peeples Intersects 
175 Lawrence Charles (c) 

Lnwton Intersects 
217 Dollar J^s?e H 
237 Vacant Nov 15, 1912 
Queen Ends 



BEECHER (Oakland City), from 
Donnelly av w to city limits, 
1 e of Cascade av 



BEECHWOOD av (Capitol View) 
e from Jonesboro rd, 1 s of 
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to Kuhrt, 1 n e of N Hum- 
phries, sewerage throughout 
Germiinclen Intersects 

BELGRADE AV, from Williams 
Mill road, n to North av 
Southern Ry Intersect*) 

63 Cloud Andrew J 
71 Crotter Oscar F 

BELL, from Georgia R R to 305 
Decatur n to 182 Houston, 1 w 
of Fort, paved with macadam 
from Ga R R to Edgewood av, 
sewerage and water through- 
out 
9 Conklin Tin Plate & M Co 

12 Scott Alfred (c) 

13 National Pencil Co 

Decatur Intersects 

29 Orenstein Jacob 

30 Siegel Koolman 

32 Bock Isaac 

33 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 

34 Kiell Solomon 

36 Swigenbaum Abraham 
40 Green James J 

43 Thomas Jennie (c) 

44 Bartow William J 
47 Mannes Hyman 

Gilmer Intersects 

53 Ferguson Thomas R (c) 

55 Dawson Clem (c) 

57 Dawson Clem (c) 

60 Ruderman Philip H 

61 Brown Judson (c) 

62 Klein Charles 

63 Robinson Morris 

64 Cohen Joseph 

65 Koffman Morris 

Fifth Av Begins 

66 Bell Carrie (c) 
67-A Miller Rachel (c) 
67-B White Maria (c) 

68 Harris Walter (c) 

69 Wood Georgia (c) 
75-A Moore Robert (c) 
75-B Booze William (c) 
77-A Cheeks Vinie (c) 
77-B Pope Sallie (c) 
79-A Allen David (c) 
79-B Fowler Margaret (c) 
80-84 Bell Street School 
81-A Thomas William (c) 
81-B Milton Anna (c) 

Taylor Intersects 
88 Flemister William G (c) 
88 y 2 English Jethro (c) 
90 Bailey David (c) 
90 y 2 Glover Lula (c) 
92 Pitts Mary (c) 
94 Burch Mary (c) 

96 Parks Delia (c) 

97 Atlanta Table Co 

98 Sanders Henrv (c) 
100 Vacant Sept 23. 1912 

102 Washington George (c) 

103 Harris Milledge (c) 

105 Garmon Maggie (c) 

106 Dawson Tusk K (c) 
113 Dupree Sarah (c) 

115 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 

116 Clemmons Rosa (c) 
1161/2 Langford Ida (c) 

117 Moon Matilda (c) 
117-A Hendricks Jessie (c) 

Pratt Ends 



Fain Begins 

118 Williams Charity (c) 

119 McCombs Carrie (c) 

120 Turner Richard H (c) 

121 Davis Martha (c) 

123 Harris Susie (c) 

124 Wright Joshua (c) 

Bonx Ends 

125 Durrett Thurman (c) 

126 Fleming Robert (c) 

127 Foster Lillie M (c) 

128 Jackson Emma (c) 

130 Pevy Janie (c) 

Tanner Intersects 

131 Hughes Nora (c) 
131-A Morton Lucy (c) 

132 Shell Annie (c) 
132-A Irby John (c) 
132-B Jackson John (c) 
134 Gordon Anderson (c) 
135-137 Woodside J J S & T Co 
136 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 

138 Smith Zebulon (c) 

Edgewood Av Intersects 

155 Thomas Henrietta (c) 

156 Polian Nora (c) 

157 Perdue Fredrick (c) 

158 Dickerson James A (c) 
Rashury Alley Intersects 

161 Harris Fannie (c) 

162 Rainey Pearl (c) 

163 Tate James E (c) 

164 Roberts Amos B (c) 

165 Epps Anna (c) 

170 Morton Eugene (c) 

Auburn Av Intersects 
181 Simpson Francis M (c) 
183 Hill Mary (c) 
185 Woodley Golden (c) 
185-B Jones Emma (c) 
187 Harris Mary (c) 
1S7-B Holcomb Louis (c) 

Old Wheat Intersects 
191 Williams Homer (c) 
197 Johnson Eliza (c) 
199 Hardin Annie (c) 
201 McLendon Emeline (c) 
203 Lewis Henry (c) 
Greene Ends 

209 Cofer Annie (c) 

210 Edwards Charles (c) 

211 Edwards Theo (c) 

212 Herring Fannie (c) 

213 Hartsfield Samuel (c) 

214 Reed Willie (c) 

215 Bradley Amanda (c) 

216 Birdsong Vallie (c) 

217 Johnson Annie (c) 
218-A Sanders James (c) 
218-B Roberts Frank (c) 
219 Davis John (c) 
220-A Pope Hattie (c) 
220-B Ross Isaac (c) 

221 Dawsey Carrie (c) 
223 Driscoll Mary (c) 
225 Powell Carrie (c) 

Houston Intersects 



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BELLWOOD AV, from 790 Ma- 
rietta w to L & N R R, water 
from Marietta to Julian and 
Travis to Ashby 

8 Wooten Mary E Mrs 
12 Threlkeld John T 
14 Ponder James E 
18 Brannon Jesse T 

20 Lunsford William S 

21 Hornsby Julia Mrs 
25 Faulkner Sarah Mrs 
27 Warren Walter 

29 Southern Furniture Co 

Means Intersects 
35 Atlanta Stone Co 
46 Hearn William C 
48 Austin Jesse N 
50 Roberts John J 
58 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
Travis lluds 
Southern Ry Intersects 

63 Vacant Oct 7, 1912 

64 Smith John M 

66 Steele William A 

67 Burdett George A 

68 Miller James M 

68-A Vacant Sept 1, 1912 

69 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

70 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

71 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

72 Duncan Edgar 

73 Bedford Charles W 

74 Powell Edgar 

78 Besser William E 

Julian Intersects 

79 Rice Charles H 

80 Besser William E 

82 Rice William F 

83 Hunter Foster L 
85 Bentley John T 

87 Austin James N 

88 Baldwin Lawson 

89 Davis Jefferson L. 
91 Hempley Sidney G 

96 Lunceford William J 
103 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
Echo Intersects 
A II * \ l( ll Intersects 

08 Johnson William T 

09 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
12 Aro Andrew 

14 McCutcheon S 

15 Brown Elbert 

16 Martlin John B 

17 Smith Isaac H 

18 Dennis Monroe J 

19 Lowry James W 

20 Johnson Joseph P 
22 Voiles John 

25 Stewart Couca Mrs 

Poplar Begins 

26 Gober Marlin C 

29 Mackey Samuel J 
Majestic Av Intersects 

30 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

32 Hollaway William A 

33 Anderson William 
35 Stell James H 

39 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
41 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
4 3 Bobo Paul 

44 Puckett William A 

45 Ragsdale Armor A 
47 Proctor Callison P 
49 Proctor Callison P 

Chestnut Intersects 
56 Reece Lewis F 
61 Hammond James W 



163 Hood James P 

165 Neal William B 

166 Bates Alex (c) 

167 Martin John H 

168 St Luke M E Church (c) 
English Av Intersects 

176 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

177 Rice Henry T 
185 Pruett John S 

187 Edgewood Mercantile Co 

188 Nichols William R 

Franklin Intersects 

194 Coleman John O 

195 Redd Louis H 

197 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
199 Besser William E 

201 Higginbotham Andrew J 

202 Walton George E 

203 Hames William E 

205 Garvin Robert H 

206 Johnson Green D 

207 Ezzard Allie Mrs 

208 Dennis Lizzie Mrs 

Oliver Intersects 
210 Bryan & Keheley 
214 Pope Bartow J 

Connally Intersects 
215-A Speir George C 

216 Ekard Robert E 

217 Brown Robert D 
219 Ireland Arthur 
221 Gilbert N David 

223 Goins William 

224 Smith Alfred A 

225 McCall Robert C 
227 Jones Benjamin S 
229 McCall R C & Son 

Lindsay Intersects 
236 Buckalew Thomas H 
240 Buckalew & Elliott 
Ashby Intersects 
244 Chastain Joseph V 
250 Watkins Joseph D 
252 Eldridge James 
254 Kennington William 
258 Henry Walter 

260 Hilton Judge 

261 Towns John A 

Elliott Intersects 
263 Thomason Lucius 
265 Frazier Homer 
267 Page Emory 

269 West Lumber Co (branch) 

Addle Begins 

270 Elliott Joseph Jr 
272 Gleeton Rachel (c) 
274 Venable Boyd 

276 Kirkland James 

277 Sutton William T 

Bennett Begins 

278 Wakefield Leonard 

279 Maner Henry W 

280 Combee, Josephine Mrs 
290 Stanford James B 

294 Embree Mary Mrs 

Finley Intersects 
315 Parker Charles W 
317 Richardson Stacy P Mrs 
319 Amous Nicholas A 

\ II A A H It Intersects 
323 Gailey Lewis 

Law Intersects 
325 Baldwin John E 
329 Battle James B 

Glass Intersects 

Saxon Intersects 
L, & N R R Intersects 



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BENDER, from Stephens s to 
Middle, 1 w of S Humphries 
6 Culver Mack D 

8 Landrum Henry 

9 Leach William I 
12 Price Lallester A 

14 Burk A Grant 

15 Walden Joseph T 
17 McDonald James A 
21 Atkinson Mary Mrs 
23 Jordan James H 
26 Smith Andrew J 

36 Sosebee Arbelia 
46 Hicks WilHam P 
Beryl Bering 



BEN HILL, address 
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BENJAMIN, from 7 Murphy s to 
Pearce, 2 w of Stewart av 



BENNETT (Cook's 
from 276 Bellwood 
limits, 2 w of Ashby 



District), 
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BENNETT (Deerland Station), 
on Peachtree rd four miles n 



BENNETT 

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BENNING (Edgewood), from Eu- 
clid av, 1 w of Whitefoord av 



BENTON'S ROW (Edgewood) 



BEREAN AV, from 78 Tennelle 
s to Glennwood av, 2 e of S 
Boulevard, sewerage from Ten- 
nelle to Fair, water from Ten- 
nelle to Gaskill and Kalb to 
Bryan 

2 Stephens James M 

4 Stephens James M 

6 Harris James W 

9 Hendrix John H 
11 Mauldin E Ancll 

13 Cooper John — — 

14 Wilson William F 

15 Clark Andrew J 
17 Riddle Orila Mrs 
19 Wilson Luther 
21 Brown Daniel G 

23 Bradford Leonard 

24 Brooks William A 

25 Melton R Milton 

28 Wray Lula Mrs 

29 Snider Joseph H 

31 Wilson Charles B 

32 Collins Peter C 

37 Lowe John F 

38 Snyder William 

40 Thompson James C 

41 Meeler John W 

42 Scoggins John E 

43 Knight William 

44 Coker Henrv J 

45 Mayfleld I .Paul 

46 Herndon Earl E 
49 Hood John T 

51 McDonald Clem C 

52 Stalnaker General L 

53 Smith Perry A 

54 Huie Eugene 

55 Smith William H 



56 Epton Benjamin 

57 Hall Harry 

58 Buice Lee Roy 

59 Conkle Joseph 

60 Carson George 
62 Vacant Oct 17, 

64 Lyle Ida Mrs 

65 Hughes James M 

65 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

Prisock Ends 

66 Turner William G 
71 Rains Robert 

72-74 Vacant Oct 17, 1912 
75 Hill Ollie 

78 Nash Dink W 

79 McKinney John T 

80 Shelton William 

83 Warren Lawrence C 

84 Manders James A 
86 Cohen Edel 

Gaskill Intersects 
92 Cagle George P 
94 Gable James J 

Fair Intersects 
112 Ivy William H 
114 Chase Lee J 
116 Hiden John M 

Kalb Intersects 

Bryan Intersects 
213 Ellis John 

215 Waits James G 

216 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

218 Boyce Sanford N 

219 Worley Frank J 

220 Hughes James W 

221 Martin James R 

222 Moore Paul P 

230 Scarborough Grover C 




"THE VICTOR" 




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DERKELE, from Sou Ry to 38 
S Humphries, 1 s of Stephens 
4 Williams Dallie (c) 
6 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
Smith Intersects 

15 Walthall Simon (c) 

16 Loftin Alvin (c) 

17 Sharp William (c) 

18 White Bettie (c) 

19 Head Julia (c) 

20 Arnold John (c) 

21 Donahue Carrie (c) 

22 Hopgood Henry (c) 

23 Arnold Edward (c) 

24 Donaldson Sidney (c) 

McDanlel Intersects 
38 Walker James (c) 
40 Epps Agnes (c) 
44 Rhodes Thomas (c) 
48 Smith George (c) 
52 Pitts Alexander (c) 
Sims Intersects 
Cunningham Intersects 



BERNE, from 252 Park av e to 
Belt Line R R, 4 s of Glenn- 
wood, paved with macadam 
throughout, water from Park 
av to Berean av 
12 Waldrep James T 
18 Harkins Walter N 

Boulevard Intersects 
47 Harwell William T 
50 Stevenson John A 
53 Chewning- Morris J 
58 Cramer Mary L Mrs 



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4 


Joiner Samuel W 




62 


Daniel Harvey J 




6 


Hemrick David C 




66 


Brown John T 




8 


Tuggle William L 






Waldo Ends 




22 


Jackson George V 




72 


Gardner James F 




24 


Semones George W 




80 


Chewning William A 






Bearden Robert 




84 


Hull Zack C 

Cameron Ends 












BIRD (Edgewood), from Hardee 


107 


Tillinghast Sarah Mrs 




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123 


Garner George C 




Mayson av 




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127 


Farris Frank F 
Laney James L 












BISBEE AV, from Jonesboro 


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Gammon E Miller 




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Eloise Intersects 




Jonesboro Road Intersects 




158 


Armistead William R 






Lansing; Intersects 
Crogman Begins 










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BISHOP, from 97 Currier n 


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Merritts av, 1 e of Piedmont 


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BERYL, 


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Prewett B Gray 




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Mallory John T 




4 


Owings John R 




6 


Holcombe Charles E 






Boyd Ends 






Middle Ends 




5 


Beacham Richard S 




9 


Gossett John W 




7 


Vacant Sept 5, 1912 




11 


Vacant Sept 14, 1912 




9 


Lucas Thomas 




13 


Vacant Sept 14, 1912 




11 


Dempsey Charles N 




15 


Clay Bartow 




13 


Harris Benjamin C 




16 


Clay Bartow Jr 






Reservoir Av Begins 






Rockwell Intersects 




15 


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BEUTELL, from Oliver w 


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BIGGERS, from 10 Fort e 
Oakland av, 2 n of E Fair 
Grant Intersects 

38 Ward Robert (c) 

39-A Anderson Lucretia (c) 

39-B McKintosh Daunson (c) 

40 Cooper James (c) 

41-A Huguley George 

41-B Stewart Edward 

42 Simpson Jordan (c) 

43 Jackson Lucius (c) 
Porter Emma (c) 
Griffin William (c) 
Pitts Ephriam (c) 
McCants Jane (c) 

■A Davis Mvrtle (c) 
49-B Shaw William (c) 
50 Geer William (c) 
54 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 
George Intersects 

56 Pitts Ephriam (c) 

57 Brookins Wiley (c) 

59 Billups Turner (c) 

60 Walker Monroe (c) 

61 Chappell William (c) 
Wynn Austin (c) 
Clark Lorenzo (c) 
St James Meth Church 
Crane John (c) 
Oakland Av Intersects 



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BIGHAM AV, from 975 Highland 
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BISHOP'S ALLEY, from 451 
Courtland e to Piedmont av 



BLACKBURN, from 602 Decatur 
n to 520 Edgewood av, 1 e of 
Cornelia 



BLACKGLM, from Berkele s to 
Rockwell, 1 e of S Humphries 

4 Strozier Miles (c) 

5 King Ella (c) 

6 Daniel Neal (c) 

7 Favers West (c) 

8 Appling McDaniel D (c) 

9 West James W (c) 
11 Johnson Frank (c) 
13 Taylor June (c) 

15 Brewer Andrew (c) 

17 Bolton Janie (c) 

20 Gray Hezekiah (c) 

21 Bigham J Benjamin (c) 

22 Battle Crawford (c) 

23 Coats Thomas (c) 

24 Singleton James (c) 

25 Smith John (c) 

26 Plant Georgia A (c) 

27 Thomas Richard (c) 

28 Bass Thomas (c) 

29 Mitchel Sheppard (c) 

30 Pattillo Edward (c) 

Rockwell Intersects 

51 Hayden John H (c) 

52 Hill Monroe (c) 

53 Malone George (c) 

54 Mells Lula (c) 

55 White William (c) 



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56 Jones John H (c) 
58 Jones James H (c) 
64 Lowe Hettie (c) 

Cohen lulcrsccls 
66-A Harris Mary (c) 
66-B Thomas Emma (c) 
68 Hubbard John G (c) 
70 Broach Albert (c) 
72 Bynum Rufus (c) 

Gardner Intersects 

BLACKHALL, address mail At- 
lanta R F D No 1 



BI.AKELY CROSSING, on Col- 
lege Park car line 



BLANDTOWN ROAD, from How- 
ell Mill road n, 1 n e of Van 
Winkle's Mch Shops 



BLUE RIDGE AV, from High- 
land av e to Lullwater Park, 
1 s of Ponce de Leon av, sew- 
erage Moreland to Highland 
av 



BLUFF, from 640 Whitehall e to 
Glenn, 1 s of Benjamin 
1 Farmer William T 
5 Johnson William L 
7 Kinsey Mary T Mrs 
11 Jenkins Georgia Mrs 

14 Wilson Columbus L 

15 Whitmire Jane Mrs 

16 Duncan Elizabeth Mrs 

18 Gibby William 

19 Samples Jesse S 

Carlton Av Ends 
23 Landrum Mary J Mrs 



BOAZ, from 135 N Butler near 
209 Edgewood av, s e to 120 
Bell, sewerage throughout 



BOBO'S ALLEY, from Marietta 
to W & A R R, 1 w of Spring 



BOLTON (Cook's District), on 
River car line and W & A R R 



BOMAR AV, formerly Anderson 

av (Battle Hill), from junction 

Gordon and Hunter w to limits 

Battle Hill Sanitarium 



BOMAR AV (Oakland City), 
from Lee w to Whitaker Row, 
1 n of Oakland av 



BONAA'ENTURE (Druid Hills), 
from St Charles n to Green- 
wood av, seweruK* from Ponce 
de Leon av to St Charles av 
Ponce de Leon Av Intersects 
21 Hale Dayton 
50 Payne George F 
61 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
North Av Intersects 
St Charles Av Intersects 
114 Landers Sandford 



BONNIE BBAE AV, from Allene 
e to Benjamin, 1 s of Lillian 
av, West End 

5 Goss Charles L 
45 Jones Barney F 
48 Prince Thomas C 



53 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
55-A Carter Sarah N Mi 
55-B Ergle Ollie S 

56 McGehee Edward W 

57 Johnson Henry F 

58 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

59 Wright Amber H 

61 Jones William J 

62 Rosser Louis N 

63 Phillips Louis S 

64 Kranbiel Otto W 

66 Cook Benjamin E 

67 Johnson Cecil L 

68 Abercrombie James R 

Fifth Av Intersects 




BORING (formerly Jefferson), 
from 916 Marietta w to Rice, 
InofAB&ARR (also 
known as Clara from Marietta 
to Ashby), water from Lee av 
to Mayson and Turner av, 
sewerage Marietta to Ashby 



BOSS AV, from 810 Marietta sw 
to W & A R R, 1 w of Ponder 
av 

6 Goodman Luther G 

7 Walker Georgia L Mrs 

8 Boswell George 
10 McGinnis John N 



BOULEVARD NORTH, from Ga 
R R at 502 Decatur n to lim- 
its, 1 e of Jackson, paved with 
granite Decatur to Edgewood 
av, macadam Edgewood av to 
Cain, asphalt Cain to North av, 
wood block North av to 10th, 
water Ga R R to Virginia av, 
sewerage throughout 
9 Awtrey E Samuel 

11 Morgan Freeman H 

12 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

14 Bone Thomas 

15 Campbell Carlos 

16 Lowry Thomas 

17 Yarbrough Frank 

* 20 Stevens Mary Mrs 

22 Wildberger Jacob 

Todd Intersects 

23 Dawkins John (c) 

24 Reese David (c) 

26 Harrison John (c) 

27 Daniel David (c) 

28 Johnson Lizzie (c) 

30 Simmons Dorsey (c) 

31 Woolfolk Carey (c) 

33 Woodall Monroe W (o.) 

34 Carson Hortense (c) 

35 Rogers Andrew (c) 

36 Jackson William (c) 

37 Fowler Frederick R (c) 
42 Crawford Joseph <c> 

45 Armour Carrie (c) 

45 y 2 Drakeford Thomas (c) 

47 Roby Alice (c) 

47 y 2 Thomas Mary (c) 

49 Carlyle Alma (c) 

49 yo Berkeley Emma (c) 

Gartrell Intersects 

50 Leverett John W <c> 
50 y 2 Ryals Jefferson (c) 

51 Lovejoy Alex (c) 

51 y 2 Carter Mary A (c) 

52 Avery William D (c) 

53 Gibbs Lela (c) 

53y 2 Simonton Andrew (c) 



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N BOULEVARD — Cont'd 

55% Sartford Roberta (c) 

56 Austin Oscar (c) 

57 Moore Mamie (c) 

59 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

59 % Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

60 Murray William (c) 
60-A Jones Emmett (c) 

61 Hunter Edward (c) 
61% Pope Mattie (c) 

62 Little William (c) 
62-A Lester Leroy. (c) 

63 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

63 y 2 Smith Dee (c) 

64 Wilson John (c) 
64-A Carey Estelle (c) 

65 McDowell Albert (c) 
65% Eg-ins Carrie (c) 

66 Morton Richard (c) 
66-A Luke Charles T (c) 

Chamberlain Km In 
69 Moore Annie (c) 
69-A Bell Charles (c) 
71 Robinson Walter (c) 
71-A Dunbar Robert (c) 
76 Tyndale Wiley L (c) 
80 Newell Mamie L Mrs 
Newell Robert H 
Edgewood Av Intersects 
84 Walthall Building 

93 Benson Milton E 

94 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

95 Ignatius Lissner Rev 
98 Marchman James W 

101 Our Lady of Lourdes Ch (c) 
Our Lady of Lourdes Sch (c) 
L02 Quarles William E 
105-111 Engine Co No 6 
106 Burel Lewis N 

Hammock David 
.12 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

Auburn Av Intersects 
.14 Hop Ale Co The 
.14% Arnold Benard A 

16 McPhereson Annie A Mrs 
.17 Johnson Randall (c) 

19 Howard Cora (c) 

Old Wheat Intersects 

21 Murray Joseph (c) 
.23 Candler Pinky (c) 
125 Chapman Lelia (c) 

27 Hill Cora (c) 

35 Turman James (c) 
141 Holbrook Richard (c) 
.43 Howell John W (c) 
L43-A Vacant Sept 21, 1912 
.47 Eberhardt Nathan (c) 
L49 Goosby John W (c) 

51 Zion A M E Church 

59 Gibson Enoch D (c) 
.61 Moss Dovie (c) 

63 Combs Oswell A (c) 
L65 Webb Jossie (c) 

Irwin Intersects 



169-175 Boulevard School 
186 Elrod William C 
188 Gramling William S 
192 Smith Wiley J 
196 Beavers Elbert 
200 Weld Thomas D 

203 Morris Brown College 

204 London Henry 
206-8 Perri-Kola Co The 
210 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 
212 Withrow Theron C 

Houston Intersects 
216 Union Baptist Church 

Cain Intersects 
220 Silverman Joseph 

225 Terrell John 

226 Adams George W 
226% Wray John T 

227 Kuhns Albert F 
229 Green Henry L 

231 Bigham Beulah E Mrs 
236 Terry William M 

242 Wall Don C 

Johnson Av Begins 

243 West Thomas B 

246 Capps Thomas A 

247 Aicklin Phillip A 
251 Wilson Roy A 

257 Sentell Marion E 
McGaughey William G 

258 Phillips Isaac H 

260 Raley W Ernest 

261 Wilhite Joseph F 

263 Bickmore Harry C 

264 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
Highland Av Intersects 

265 McGarity Edmund E 
267-75 Grace Methodist Church 
268 Mims & White Drug Co 
270 Wood W C & Co 

272 White Dry Cleaning Co 
274 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
274-A Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
276 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
276-A Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
278 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
281 Richards John B 
284 Clark Jennie Mrs 

287 Powell William M Dr 
Grice John L 

288 Featherston William S 
293 Scott Sallie Miss 

299 McCarthy William 

304 Farlinger Alexander W 

East Av Intersects 

305 White Robert C 

313 Crockett Nancy W Mrs 

319 Tappan Clarence A 

320 Little Archibald A Rev 

321 Weisiger David J 

323 Cunningham Cornelia D Mrs 

325 Brown Jacob W 

326 Westminster Pres Church 

327 Bruce Alexander C 
330-336 Westminster Pres Ch 
333 Stark Samuel M 

Holly Frank R 
Forrest Av Intersects 

339 Sanders Lucian B 

340 Hudson I Scott 

342 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

343 McConnell Lucius 

346 Massey Robert J Dr 
350 Dobbs Jefferson D 
353 Christopher Ambrose B 
357 Randall Harvey G 
360 Fiege J Roscoe 

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Thompson Edwin S 


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Miller John 


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Smith Thomas F 


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Compton Robert W 


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Davis Apartments 


549 


Lipford Harry D 




Davis Rosa M Mrs 


553 


Hunter Hattie Mrs 




Andrews J Walter 


554 


Lynch James F 




Snow George D 


558 


Johnson Alonzo J 


379 


Bennett Benjamin F 


562 


Stephens John W 


380 


Bennett Sarah E 


566 


Harwell Walter C 


381 


Thomas Alice E Mrs 


567 


Turner Malcolm E 


384 


Bennett Lemuel E 


569 


Bellah Jefferson D 


385 


Raley, J Edgar 


570 


Clark Richard M 


387 


Gates A Oscar 


571 


Ferris Jennie M Mrs 


389 


Vacant Sept 14, 1912 


575 


Miles William B 


390 


Wurm Charles T 


585 


Vacant Sept 10, 1912 


393 


Zirkle William M 


587 


Yates Mortimer B 


394 


Dobbs Bigie L Mrs 


589 


Hanson George W 


395 


Berkele John 


591 


Hale Hope H 


399 


Vaughan Vernon C 


595 


Niles George M Dr 




Haskins Charles R 


599 


Moore John T 


400 


Davidson Edward A 


606 


Crenshaw Thomas 




Angler Av Intersects 


610 


Walker Frank E 


402 


Edmondson John L 


612 


Williams Henry T 


403 


Hopkins Charles T 


613 


Reid Ira H 


406 


Boyd Roger 


615 


Findley John R 


415 


Morgan Mattie Mrs 


Ponce de Leon Av Intersects 


417 


Clement Paul A 


616 Bell Apartments 


418 


Mau George 




Campbell Henry W 


421 


Petty Moses L 




Goza Claudia S Mrs 


422 


Bellingrath Leonard F 




Sterne Fannie Mrs 




Rankin Begins 




Allen William G 


427 


Ballard B Walter 




Jones Lula B Mrs 


430 


McConnell Samuel E 




King Byron 


433 


Sharp Macon C 




Grover Cleveland D 


434 


Parker William A 


618 


Bogart Edward V 


437 


Means James A 


619 


Oliver George W 


440 


Wikle James T 


620 


James Eugene R 


441 


McClain William H 


622 


Griffin Edgar L Dr 




Pine Intersects 


626 


Kennedy Thomas F 


446 


Bosche Richard C 


630 


Durden Whit H 


449 


Thomson William S 


634 


Brice Walter M 


450 


Huss J Frank Dr 


635 


Windsor Nathaniel A 


453 


Goree Churchill P 


640 


Fauss George H 


Boulevard Terrace Begins 


643 


Stowe I Noel Dr 


462 


Selman Wm A Dr 


645 


Sikes Luther A 


466 


Hardin L Sage Dr 


648 


Everett Mary J Mrs 


469 


Lambright William E 


6 r, r. 


Carlisle Felix W 




Morgan Begins 


659 


Branan William D 


470 


Beckham John H 


660 


Vacant Sept 10, 1912 


472 


Boone Kader L 


St Charles Av Intersects 


478 


Palmour Mark A 


663 


Elliott Albert S 


481 


Pool Rush P 


667 


Porter George H 


482 


Rhorer S Lynn 


• 668 


Massoud M Abi Dr 


485 


Pickett John D 


670 


Mathews Edgar H 


487 


Duggar Daniel H 


671 


Byrne Frank M 


488 


Davidson William H 


672 


Vacant Sept 10, 1912 


491 


Bell Francis R Dr 


675 


Cone Earl H 


495 


Wood Walter J 


676. 


Cooper Paul 


500 


Carson Jeannie R Mrs 


679 


Richardson William E 




Linden Av Intersects 


680 


Vacant Sept 10, 1912 


Boulevard Place Ileum* 


682 


King Habersham 


503 


Battman Jerome N 


683 


Greene Franklin F 


507 


Bickers Alonzo L 


CSC, 


Smith James B 


508 


Dinkins Samuel C 


687 


Hall Marvin W 


513 


Haugh George 


69 


Morrison Susie Mrs 


514 


Thompson William C 


691 


McGill Walter L 


517 


Williams Lewis D 


Greenwood Av Intersects 


518 


Adair Robert B Dr 


697 


Nix Joseph W 


522 


Pettigrew Charles L . 


701 


Boylston Elios H 


525 


Myers Frank M Jr 




Vadado Ends 


5 26 


Floyd Leila Mrs 


705 


Floyd John T Dr 


531 


Watson Ralph E 


706 


Stokes Charles A 




North Av Intersects 


709 


Sawyer Frederick W 


534 


Hollis David B 


712 


Hewitt Egar D 


537 


Perry Boyd 


716 


McLendon James J 


5 4 


Williamson Willoughby B 


720 


Hoey William H Dr 




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724 Robinson Fannie A Mrs 
728 Cross John O 
730 Pentecost John H (c) 
734 Yarbrough David W 
740 Yarbrough Joel S 
742 Yarbrough Henry W 
748 Lane G Thomas 
750 Bartlett Thomas J 
752 Wilson John N 
755 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
Seal Place Begins 
760 Walters Abner C 
762 Butler Andrew I 
763-765 Cox Bros 
Sou Ry and Tenth Intersects 
767 Babb George D 
769 Cates Clyde H 
Echols Alozo M 
773 Grennor Edwin J 
795 Bankston Slaton B 

Elm-wood Av Begins 
835 Key Jake W 
844 Key George M 
847 Hurst Ernest J 
851 Mauldin Minor T 
853 Georgia Ry & Power Co 
927 Beuchler Charles H 
931 Wilson William O E 
948 Mitchell James H 

Piedmont Av Intersects 

1020 Wardlaw Paul 

1044 Johnson John G 



BOULEVARD SOUTH, from Ga R 
R at 502 Decatur s to limits, 1 
e of Park av, paved with maca- 
dam, Fair to Woodward av, 
granite block, Woodward av to 
Berne, macadam, Berne to 
Ormewood av, sewerage from 
Woodward av to s of Belt line, 
water from Tennelle to Logan 
68 Fulton Bag & Cotton Mill 

Tennelle Begins 
70 Atlanta Wesley House 
84-A Boyd Mary Mrs 
96-B Brooks William R 

100 Robinson David 

106-B Scisk Jennie Mrs 

110-A Harmon Arthur C 
Reinhardt Ends 

114-A Campbell Ellis 

120-A Echols Joseph E 

136 Pittman James L 

138 Butler Wilbern B 

140 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
Carroll Ends 

142 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

146 Chambers John ' 

148 England William 

150 Trear Louis P 

152 Karr David Y 

156 Griffin Welborn 

158 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

160 Gaines Howell 

162 Rush James 

166 Hamilton Lewis 

168 Jones Willie Mrs 

172 Osborn Charles 

Fair Intersects 

176 Bennett Oscar M 

178 Purcell Virgil 

180 Cobb John 

182 Nation Robert H 

185 Brown George A 

187 Bennett Oscar, M 

189 McDonald C C 



219 Speer O Wilson 
"Woodward Av Intersects 

220 Home for Incurables 
223 King Seaborn O 

225 Baker Elizabeth Mrs 
231 Bradford Marion W 
237 Beauchamp G Byron 

Bryan Intersects 
243 Atlanta Sanitarium 

Kalb Av Begins 
255 Ramey James B 
259 Kimbell William A 
265 Alexander Millard L 

270 Burns William H 

271 Love Daniel T 
274 Squires Charles B 
278 Wright Wesley S 

282 Taylor Charles B 
Glennwood Av Intersects 

283 Pickert A Ferdinand 

284 Robinson John L 

286 Offutt Robert A 

287 Jordan Beatrice Miss 
291 West S Frank Dr 

294 Callicott Jeter H 

295 Bentley Clifford P 

296 Gee Joseph F 

298 Cleveland William 

299 Chastain John H 

302 King James D 

303 Dobbs L Sanford 

306 Baker Robert P 

307 Murphy George T 

310 Rainey Zenda V 

311 Ivah Charles Dr 

314 Leathers William F 

315 Foote Ralph M 

318 Duncan Archibald 

319 Morris John S 

322 Carroll James R 

323 Stanley Thomas E 
327 Clarke Richard H 
330 Jackson Robert R 

333 Hays Edwin R 

334 Cason James W 

Sidney Ends 

337 Moreland Robert O 

338 Lanford Daniel E 

341 Hope William E 

342 Webster George T 
345 Summers Charles E 

349 Hollingsworth J Hope 

350 McWhorter William J 

354 Cline Hal W 

355 Mason Benjamin H 

356 Peacock John 

Pickert Begins 
359 Bledsoe C Edward 

364 Wright James A 

365 Evans J J 

367 Kelley & Summers 

369 Rogers L W & Co 

370 Chambers James E 

Hansell Ends 

375 Thurman Guy 

376 Dunn Jabez S 

377 Mauney John L 
380 Hall Philia M Mrs 

383 Palmer Joseph R 

384 Kilpatrick Edgar G 

385 Garrett William V Dr 
388 Jewell Frank 

391 Waller Frederick N 

392 Doyle John H 

Rosalia Begins 
395 Dickey John B 

400 Link J Allen 

401 Trimble John T 



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Winterle Charles J 
Dabney Internecta 

Thomason James C 
Washington John T 
Cantrell Madison H 
Czintz Eugene 
Glore James C 
Conner David L 
Bishop Thomas L 
Ewing Miles E 

Klllinn Begrlntt 
Shumate John B 
Fischer Julius 
Clark Joseph 
Bernard Aleine H 
Long Cicero E Jr 
Milam Rita Miss 

Berne Intersects 
Stowers Henry H 
Suttles William E 
Emmet William H 
Hardwick Ida Mrs 
Walker Noel J 
Cook Charles R 
Freeman George P 
Confederate Av Beglng 
Barth Raimond H 
Robinson Annie M Mrs 
Hoskins Whitworth 
Pounds George W 
Hughes Walter W . 
McLeod Alexander 

LiiKiin Av Begins 
Hall W Edwin 
Robinson Thomas A 
Ormewood Av Bering 
Irving David M 

Atlanta Av End** 
Smith Clyde 
Persons Clyde L 
Sullivan Jasper M 

Home Av Begins 
McClure William 
Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
Baker John H 
Guyton Nathaniel 
Warner A Watson 
Tippin John E 
Robinson Av Intersect* 
Johnson Louis M 

Cloverdale End** 
Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

Robinson Intersects 
Stevens William 
Causey Homer S 
Butler Cannon 
Green Victor E 
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BOULEVARD DeKAI.B, from 
Whitefoord av e to city limits, 
1 s of Hardee 
46 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

Montgomery Av Begin** 
50 Dial Daniel L 
140 Douthard Ross S Dr (c) 



IIOULEVARD PLACE, from 501 
N Boulevard e to Randolph, 1 
n of Morgan, paved with rock 
and chert Boulevard to Ar- 
nold 

7 McCollister William T 
11 Pearce Rhoda R Mrs 

17 Harwell W D Mrs 

18 Fitzgibbon Jane V Mrs 

21 Richmond Benjamin F 

22 Griffin David L 



25 Collins George H 

26 Jones Richard M 

27 Schneider Richard C 

28 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

29 Lederle Frank 

31 Fuller John C 

32 Ashley Claude L 
34 Johnson W Floyd 
36 Perry James C 

45 Rodgers Benjamin A 

46 Kilpatrick James D 

49 Goodlett Claude B 

50 Farrar B W 

53 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

58 Cliett Robert L 

59 Abernathy Manning 

60 Perry Benjamin F 

Arnold Intersects 

98 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
Randolph Intersect** 




BOULEVARD TEBRACE (form 
erly Morrison av), from 45' 
N Boulevard, e to Randolph, ! 
n of Angier av 

6 Weaver Elmer W 

S Shires L R Mrs 
10 Lowe William H 
12 Gregory Willard H 
14 Agricola Lena Mrs 

16 Sturgeon Ernest A 

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17 Gibson Benjamin W 
21 Bailey Harman B 
25 Davis Baldwin B 

29 Winslow Thomas E 
31 Harper R D 
35 Savitz James M 
3S Rice Samuel A 

40 Hopkins Lvman R 

41 Beddingfield William H 

45 Turner M W 

46 Heins Bertha Mrs 

48 Myrick Oscar S 

49 Viewig Robert 

53 Hansen George J 
Hansen Fred A 

54 Ray Ernest L Mrs 

57 Lawton J P Mrs 

58 Hucks T Gordon 

62 Vaughn William P 

63 Slider Charles T 

65 Bentley Lee J 

66 Jones Charles A 
Prell Abraham 

69 Starr William S 

70 Sanford Henry E 

73 Cates William P 

74 Johnston Bernard O 
77 Cason Richard M 

75 Henderson Louis F 



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BOYDS ALLEY, from Auburn av 
s, 1 e of Piedmont av 



BOYKIN, from 105 
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BOYNTON AV, from Capitol av 
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sewerage and -water Capitol av 
to Violet 



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BRADLEY, from 550 Decatur n 
to Irwin, 3 e of Boulevard, 
■water throughout, sewerage to 
Edgewood av 

4 Williams Lula Mrs 

6 Buice Alice Mrs 

8 Hicks Frederick 

9 Ingram Lena A Mrs 

11 Haynes John 

12 Nichols Newton J 

14 Newsom William H 

15 Hicks James T 

16 Emmett F Milton 

19 Starnes Robert A 

20 Jackson Henry B 

24 Ledford John S 

25 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

28 Newport Frank A 

29 Cashion John T 

30 Trusty General G 
32 Atkinson Henry M 
34 Miller James H 

Ezzard Begins 
37 Barger Samuel 

40 Whitley Thomas J 

41 Bryant John H 
45 Page James M (c) 
49 James Jasper (c) 

51 Kendrick William (c) 
55 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
Edgewood Av Intersects 
Old Wheat Ends 
108 Lee Henry (c) 

110 Latimer A Newton (c) 

Auburn Av Intersects 

111 Adkins Chiver (c) 

114 Grant Nettie (c) 

115 Fields William G (c) 

118 Turner Charles W (c) 

119 Tavlor Moses (c) 
119-A Seawright Claude 

121 Willis Addie (c) 

122 Haynes Charles (c) 

123 Sims Robert (c) 

124 Sappey William 

126 Cook Pink (c) 

127 Hamilton Julia (c) 

128 Walker George W (c) 

131 Coffer Benjamin J (c) 

132 Johnson Indiana (c) 

135 Davis Edward (c) 

136 Harriss Hugh (c) 



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137 Bolden Westley (c) 
138-A Hartsfield Amanda (c) 
138-B Phinizy Irene (c) 
139 Srather Ebenezer 
140-A Jenkins Wm M Rev 
140-B Williams James (c) 
142 Sherman Eva (c) 



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BRADLEY AV, now West Third 
1 Reese William H 
9 Thompson Joseph 
10 South James A 

12 Myers Benjamin 

13 Wright William 

14 Skidmore Mary J 
24 Bradley Thomas 
29 Barrett William F 
33 Adams Ollie O 
37 Williams William A 
40 Barnett Presbyterian Ch 

Hampton Intersects 
45 Brooks John D 
49 Brooks John W 
51 Smith William M 

54 Clayton William J 

55 Jones Charles R 

56 Clark Sarah Mrs 

57 Longdin William 

58 Chapman Thomas A 

62 Chapman Amanda Mrs 

63 Sosbee George L 

65 Blackstock John T 

66 Sewell Sarah C Mrs 

68 Dula William 

69 Frazier Robert 

70 Herndon Annie Mrs 

72 Dula John F 

73 Mitchell John H 

74 Freeman Benjamin 

75 Underwood Wiley 
79 Adams Luther 
81 Bell D Jesse 
84 Ericsson William C 
88 McGasky Aaron 



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to Lowe's alley, 1 w of Walker 



BRANCH LINE, from 287 Hemp- 
hill av, w to Lee av 



BRANDON, from 158 Martin e to 
Connally, 1 s of Clarke, sew- 
erage and water throughout 

6 Pettigrew John L (c) 

7 Lester Nancy (c) 

8 Holton William (c) 

9 Webb Addie (c) 

10 Ross John (c) 

11 Brown Sylvester (c) 

12 Ford Ola (c) 

13 Rose Katherine (c) 

14 Parham William (c) 

15 Carter James (c) 

16 Johnson John H (c) 

17 Morton Samuel (c) 
Stroud Lelia 

18 Bentley Rufus (c) 

19 Cruse Charlie (c) 
21 Newsome Reid (c) 
21-B Winster Charlie 

23 Barrow Philip (c) 

24 Johnson Edward D 

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29 Norris Ida (c) 

29-A Redmond Julius (c) 

31 White Cora (c) 
31-A Cook Sarah (c) 

32 Evans Jesse (c) 

35 Gaskin Mary (c) 
35-A Price Josie (c) 

36 Boggus William H (c) 
36-B Beaver Jessie (c) 

37 Barcoe Edward (c) 
37-A Vinson Nellie (c) 
38-A Lee Mary (c) 
38-B Neal Robert (c) 
41 Rucker Exie (c) 
41-A Yearby Dan (c) 
46 Black Randall (c) 
48 Harris Mary (c) 



BRANTLEY (formerly McDonald 
av), from Seaboard av s e to 
Moreland av, 1 s of Hardee 
9 Nesbit Carrie L Mrs 



BRATTON (Deerland Station), 
from Deerland to Bennett, 2 
w of Peachtree rd 



BREWSTER, from Cambellton rd 
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BRIDGES AV (Oakland City), 
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BRIGHTON (Cook's Dist), from 
62 Alamo av s to Main, 1 w 
of Marietta 

90 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
92 Johnson Mary E Mrs 
94 Terry Joseph S 
98 Ease William S 



BROAD, from W & A R R tracks 
n to cor Luckie and Peachtree, 
and s to 18 W Mitchell, 1 w 
of Whitehall, paved with 
wooden blocks throughout, 
sewerage from Luckie to Wal- 
ton, and Alabama to Mitchell, 
■water throughout 

Going North 
1-3 Smith's Paul L Place 

Towry & Spain 
2 McCullough Bros 

Pioda John D 
2V 2 Massengale Bulletin Sstm 
Lester Syl & Co 
Stall ings A S 
Shannon & Murdock 

4 Williams-Thompson Co 

5 Branham Wm R Jr 
Kistner Market 

6 Eoote «S Davies Co 
6^ Townley & Co 

Sisson Printing Co 

7 Sims William (c) 
TVs Broadway Hotel 
9 Rogers L W Co 

10 Perry man & Co 

11 Edmondson Frank & Bro 

12 Cherry Pinckney H 

12 »/ 2 Grant Sign Co 

Pefanis Gustave 

13 Rosenthal Benjamin 
Spalding Cigar Co 
Montgomery Glenn H 



14 Sulunias Fruit & Pro Co 
Papas George 

15 Third Nat Bank Bldg 

16 Bosche Richard C 
Caras Cartos 

16 % Denton & Flournoy Co 

Denton John L 

Howell Green W 

Hughes John D Dr 

Cain J Alonzo 
20 Mennias George 
24 Hotel Cumberland 

Marietta Intersects 
30 Gialales Stephen 
33-5 Empire T & S Deposit Co 
36 Hollis' David B 
36% Galante Joseph 
39 Sterling Soda Co 

42 Moore John L & Sons 

43 Howard Henry B 

44 Grant Building 
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Bellingrath Plmb Co 

Prudential Blue Print Co 
Lobby 

Champion Register Co The 

Kingsley Charles S 
201-203 Daley & Chambers 

Graham Charles J 
204-212 Merchants & Mechan- 
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Royal Indemnity Co 

Grant B M & Co 
213 Lyle Daniel C 

Goldsmith Paul 
214-216 Hope George M & Co 
217-219 Sou Iron & Equip Co 
220-227 Hatcher Cliff C 

Investors Savings Co 

Black Vista C Miss 
221 Mackle-Crawford Constr Co 
228-229 Bell & Ellis 

301 Clarke John S 
Clarke Thomas M 

302 Fidelity & Casualty Co 
303-306 Whitner John C & Co 
307-315 Fidelity & Casualty Co 
313-314 Champion Wm L Dr 

Merritt E P Dr 
315-316 Van Dyke Arthur H Dr 
317 Collins Cora C Miss 
318-321 Adair & Adair 

Visanska Samuel A Dr 

322 Stevenson George H 
Cristol Meyer 

323 Sheppard C E Co 

Sun Life Assurance Co 
324-326 Dodd & Dodd 
327-329 Dodd Fair 

401 Vandiver M C 

402 McGee Luther P 
403-408 Hardy F A & Co 
409-410 Prudential Ins Co 
411-414 Aetna Life Ins Co 
415-421 Singer Sewing Mach Co 
422 Leavitt Joseph H 

Sudderth Leo 
423-425 Conn Mut Life Ins Co 

Fletcher A A 

Palmour & Wells 
426-427 International Eng Co 

Wayt John C 

Harrison Safety Boiler Wks 

Ball Engine Co 
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DeLoach Patrick H Dr 
Hull Marion McH Dr 
Harrington Alfred F Dr 

504-506 Davis Coke 
Griffin & Dozier 

507 Brocklesby H & Co 

Burlington Yen Blind Co 
Burrowes E T & Co The 

50S-512 Smith. Hammond & S 

513 Adams Percy H 

514 Wildauer Benjamin 

515 McCormack R Frank 
516-17 Haden Charles J 

Ga Title Guarantors Co 

Land Trust Co 
518 Pettigrew Charles L 

Angier Edgar A 

Williams Eb T 
519-21 Eby Joseph D 

Morrison Thaddeus 
522 Meeks B F Constr Co 

Blount Charles F 
523-527 Wimbish & Ellis 

Croft Edward S 
52S-529 Thurman Arthur 

601 Williams F Graham 
Whitaker Joel D 

602 Vacant Sept 30. 1912 
605 Fairbank N K Co 

60S Greater Atlanta Realty Co 
609-610 Ingram Robert F 
611-612 Hill DeLos L 
Mitchell J Russell 

613 Dashwood Co 

614 Hughes Claude N 
Enloe Gillespie 

615-617 Crawford J M. J H & 
E D Drs 

618 Sawyer Annie L Dr 

619 Crenshaw Thomas 

621 Sharp Alonzo G 

622 International Paper Co 
624-627 Downing Walter T 
628-629 Paine Clarence M Dr 
701-703 Brawner James N Dr 

•Cartledge Edward C Dr 

Stephens Luther P Dr 

Oakwood Sanitarium 
704-707 Morgan & Dillon 
708 Grant Construction Co 
709-710 Grant John W 

Kimball H I House Co 
711-712 Gude & Co 
713 Walker Robert II 
714-715 Jones Darwin G 

Ashford Park Nurseries 

Kennesaw Guano Co 
716 Battle John C 

Trowbridge Silas D 
717-718 Holland Frank 

Williams James G 
719 Brown Paul F 

Lambright William E 
722 Barnwell Charles M 

Barrett Jefferson K 
723-727 Slaton & Phillips 

Moore Virlvn B 
72S-729 Wright Lucius F Dr 

Quillian Andrew F Dr 
801-805 Glenn John F & Co 

Corrugated Bar Co 
803-810 Godfrey & Carpenter 
811 Cruselle Edward 
812-S13 Manry Bros & Heston 
814 American Adjustment Co 

Millard George M 



Scott John R 
815-829 White S S Dental Co 
901-903 Rosenberg Herbert J Dr 

Donaldson Henry R Dr 
904-907 Smith A A Cotton Co 
908-913 Swift Fertilizer Wks 
914-915 Sou Classification Com 
916-919 Sou Weigh & Insp Bu 
921-923 Metropolitan Life Ins Co 
925 Langston Lovick P 
926-929 Sou Weigh & Insp Bu 
1001-2 Swift Fertilizer Works 
1003-12 Mutual Life Ins Co 
1013-14 Waldo Redding & Otis 

Savings Bldg & Loan Assn 

1015 Ittner George 
Ittner Nicholas 

1016 Wolf Fred W Co 
1017-18-21 Smith W R C Pub Co 

Cotton Publishing Co 
1026 Zimmer J Fred 

X Broad Continued 
46-4S Ga Savings Bk and T Co 

Walton Intersects 
47 Lynch James F 
50 Tumlin Bros 
52 Underwood Typewriter Co 
53-5 Hunnicutt J E & Co 
54 Ga Paint & Glass Co 
54% Gufford William S 

56 Remington Typewriter Co 

57 Lester Book & Statv Co 
59-61 Goldsmith Acton With- 

erspoon Co 
60 Natl Cash Register Co 
60% Barrett Charlton S 

Ga Land & Investment Co 
62-64 Brown & Cochran Co 
63 Wester Music Co 
63% Wright Edward B (c) 
65 Herndon Alonzo F (c) 
65% Phillips Clem Shirt Co 

Columbia Printing Co 
66-68 New Home Hse Furn Co 
67 Hollis David B 

Poplar Intersects 

70 Rice & Hutchins 

71 Asher Louis 

72 Bame I M Co 
Howard W H Piano Co 

74 Spalding A G & Bros 

75 Empire Life Building 

(for occupants see 82 Peach- 
tree) 

76 United Shirt & Collar Co 

78 Barth Paul T 

78% Dixie Seal & Stamp Co 

79 Seaboard Air Line Ry 
SO Adler Albert W 

82-84 Cable Piano Co 

Atl Conservatory of Music 
Butterick Publishing Co 
Darby Edward A 
First Ch of Christ Scientist 
Columbia Phonograph Co 
86 Roval Shoe Store 
86% Vacant Sept 27. 1912 
88 Saul & Abelson 

Going South 
1 Baylis Office Equipment Co 
2-4 Verner Andrew M 
1-3 Vacant Oct 5. 1912 
4% Valdes Salvador 
Darringtan David P 
King Shoe Co 
Miller Frank L 
Green Trading Co 
5 Banta-Cole Jewelry Co 



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5% Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

6 Kress S H & Co 

7 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

8 Childs Hotel & Cafe 

9 Cotton States Belting Co 
9% Greek & Am Grocery Co 

10 Kress S H & Co 

10 % Themelis George Co 

U S Marine Recruiting Sta 
LaHatte J A Printery 
Baker J Buren 
Allen Dennis C 

11 Keeney Hugh G 

11% Dowman & Johnson 

12 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 
12% Austell Printing Co 

Themelis George Co 

13 Ford M E & C W 
Dowman-Dozier Mfg Co 
Realty Sales Corporation 

13% Lee Sam 

14 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 

15 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

16 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 

16 % Vacant Sept 26, 1912 

Alabama Intersects 

17 Campbell Leon 

17% Smith Ira A (estate) 

Chesnut David O 

McGrath & McRae 
19 Cochran R O Co 
19% Reeves Charles L 
21 Bennett Rubber Stamp Co 

Bennett Printing House 
21-A Lefkoff Louis 

21 y 2 Davis Electric Co 

22 lmiitiu Building 
Rooms 

21 Vacant Oct 5, 1912 
22-23 Blackburn Robert B 

24 Cameron Robert W & Co 

25 Gordon James T Dr 

26 Anderson Marcellus M 

27 Paragon Remedy Co 

28 Goodwyn T F & Co 

31 Atl Suburban Realty Co 

Speer S C 
32-34 Hdthaway Dr & Co 
35 Kiser M C Real Estate Co 

37 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

38 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

41 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

42 Driffill George A 

43 Wylie Bun 

44 Grist Davis B 

45 Vinson George A Dr 
46-8 Sou Cultivator Pub Co 

Dixie Farmer So Cultivator 

52 Vacant Oct 1, 1912 

53 Terry George M 

54 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

55 Carhart W B Shoe Mfg Co 

56 Foote George W 

57 Silverman Israel M 

58 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

59 Gillette Fletcher A 
. 61 Musex Co The 

62 Pierce James M 

63 Lanford William J 

64 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

65 Decatur Orphans' Home 

66 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

67 Vacant Sept 24. 1912 

68 Ashby D E & Co 

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24 White James T 
Lowe & Johnson 
Treadwell W E & Co 
Carson Sturm W 

24-A Bondurant & Abbott 
Mitchell Robert M 

25 Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

26 Sharp & Boylston 
Hardwick James O 

27 McMillan Seed Co 

28 Smiley Sand Co 
West Construction Co 
Kirkman Plumbing Co 

29 Bradley Milton Co 

30 Turner Pouloy 

31 Dozier & Gay Paint Co 
31% H W Johns-Manville Co 

32 Kress S H & Co 

33 Gailmard & West 
33% King Loan Co 

Stallings Robert R 
Davis & Freeman 

35 Bell Bros 

351/2 Vacant Sept 26. 1912 

36 Lee Lucius L (c) 

37 Porter Bros 

37y 2 Davison-Paxon-Stokes Co 

38 Southern Suit & Skirt Co 

39 Baisden C J & Co 

39% Davison-Paxon-Stokes Co 

40 Brotherton Frank M 

41 Lowry Fruit & Produce Co 
42-4 Allen J P & Co 

43 McDonald Edward D 

45 Turner Bros 

46-50 Davison-Paxon-Stokes Co 

47-49 McClure Ten Cent Co 

Hunter Intersects 
51 Central Fruit & Produce Co 
51% Allen Peyton A (c) 
Wallace Edward B Dr (c) 
Cheshire John S Dr (c) 
Independent Bnvt Order (c) 
Shivery George R (c) 
Fulton Dental Lab (c) 
52-8Jttgh J M Co 
53-55 Barnes J J-Fain Co 
57 Fidelity Fruit & Produce Co 
57% E E M Co 

59 Fugazzi A Co Inc 

60 Lilienthal Crockery Co 

61 Payne James J 

61% Townsend Benjamin H (c) 

62 Great A & P Tea Co 
62% Adamson Printing Co 

63 Manos James 

63-A Atl Fruit & Produce Dis 
63% Greek Club 

64 Rountree H W & Co 

65 High J M Co (warehouse) 

66 Singer Sewing Mach Co 
66% Atl Bonnet ft Hat F Wks 

67 Gate City Produce Co 

68 Salter Methvin T Dr 
Salter Freeman D Dr 

68% Floyd Loan & D Co 

69 Kendrick & Berry 

70 Cole Book Co 

71 Vacant Sept 21. 1912 
71% Central Discount Co 

72 King Hardware Co 

73 Southern Produce Co 
73% Eubanks Robert S 
74-6 Globe Clothing Co 
75 Wight-Davis Co 

77 McMillan Produce Co 
7J % Palmer Loring B Dr (c) 
Barber John N Dr (c) 



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S BROAD — Cont'd 

Sterrs James G Dr (c) 
Reddick Richard M (c) 

79 Poulos Sotireos 

80 Cook Lewis (c) 
8iy 2 Cain & Co 

Witt Bros 
Ozagaratic Macus 
Antonopoulos John 
83 Lambert E C 



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Atlanta 1744 



BROOKLIIVE, from Stewart av 
w to Allene av, 2 s of Pearce 
S Turner Alfred M 

Stewart Av Intersects 

10 Tosh Charles A 

12 Cox Thomas C 

14 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

25 Bower Jdhn A 

37 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

41 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

47 Ford Cleveland B 

50 MacRae Thomas 

51 McClellan Ida B Mrs 

52 Wooten Theodosia G 

55 Odom Edwin H 

56 Brown Robert J 
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BROOKLYN AV, from Trabert av 
n to Forrest, 3 e of Hemphill 
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BROOKLYN HEIGHTS, on Lake- 
wood car line, near McDon- 
ough rd, address mail "Atlanta 
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BROOKS ALLEY, from Piedmont 
av e to Bell, 1 n of Auburn av 



BROOKS AV (Edgewood), from 
DeKalb av n to McLendon, 3 
e of Mayson av, sewerage 

throughout 

9 Harrison William S 
14 Austin Valeria Mrs 
16 Robertson George E 
23 Chalker Vincent A 

26 Turner Clvde L 

27 Burke Henrv P 

31 McClendon Mary C 
34 Herring John R 
39 Mauldin Charles H 
42 Ball John C 

McLendon Intersects 
50 Wallis Hebron A 



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BROOKWOOD, on Peachtree rd, 
three miles n, address mail 
"Atlanta R F D 6" 



BROOKWOOD DRIVE, about 4y 2 
miles n on Peachtree rd, near 
Peachtree Heights 



BROOMHEAD, from 58 Culver n 
w to 48 Lee 



BROTHERTON, from 175 Madi- 
son e to 181 S Pryor, 1 s of 
Garnett, paved with granite 
blocks from Pryor to Forsyth, 
sewerage throughout, -water 
from Madison to Whitehall 

2 Ellis Minnie Miss 

6 Carter William M 

9 Wyatt John H 
11 Callaway Lewis H 

14 Thompson Harry L 

15 Woodward Robert C 

18 Davis Edwin G 

19 Alden Charles S 

20 Powell Clem 

21 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

22 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
24 Reeves Machine Co 

24% Sanitary Dry Cleaning Co 
26 Capitol Brass Foundry 

Forsyth Intellects 
46 Vacant Oct 2, 1912 
47-49 Warren Pleasant W 
48 Vacant Oct 2, 1912 

54 Aughtman Newton J 

55 Fischer Hugo 
Whitehall Intersects 

77 Small Robert T 
77 y 2 Miles Etta Mrs 
81 Hall Mary C Mrs 



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BROWN, from 245 Greensferry 
av n to Columbus, 1 w of Lee 
86 Callaway Sallie T Miss 
83 Vacant Oct 2, 1912 



BROWN PLACE, from 60 Pul- 
liam e to 180 Washington, 1 s 
. of Woodward av 



BROWN-RANDOLPH BUILDING 

56 Marietta 



BROWN'S ALLEY, from Gregg 
to Rawson 



BROWNSVILLE, a settlement in 
South Atlanta bounded by 
Capitol av, "Brown av, Jones- 
boro and McDonough rds 



BROYLES, from 130 Logan s to 
Milledege av, 1 e of Hill, wa- 
ter and sewerage throughout, 
paved with macadam Logan to 
Milledge 

10 Hadden J Robert 

11 Norton Reginald E 
14 Coffey Edgar V 

16 Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

17 Rochstein Harry 

18 Coker Thomas J 
20 Wilson Josie Miss 

22 Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

25 McMichael Oscar L 

26 Jones William R * 
29 Smith Columbus J 






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35 Lubuff Nathan 

36 Hamilton Clarence L 

37 Edmondson George C 

38 White Edward W 

39 Davis James J 
41 Harp James D 
44 Gable Allen J 

Glennwood Av Intersects 
59 Gillespie Frank 
63 Kalish Joe N 

69 Parden Robert E 

70 Hooten Henry H 

73 Hudson William E 

74 Goodwin William 

75 Gheesling Samuel A 
80 Cameron Stanford M 
83 Gordon John P 

87 Sency Julius 

Sidney Intersects 
91 Preston Walter J 
95 Robinson Anna Mrs 
99 Allen William L 
103 Goodroe Ernest F 
107 West Edwin H 
111 Pharr William M 
St Paul Av Ends 

114 Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

115 Collins Emmett W 

116 Wooding William J 

119 Freeman Homer D 

120 Boone Pauline Mrs 

121 Stephenson Thomas R 

Orleans Intersects 

122 Goodson James C 
124 Cagle John W 

126 McGlone James 

127 Spiegel Max 

131 Kerlin Alonzo C 

132 Gatlin Frank W 



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BRYAN, from 153 Grant e to lim- 
its, 1 s of Woodward av, paved 
with macadam from Grant to 
Oakland av, sewerage from 
Cherokee to Park av, water 
from Grant to Park av 
2 Chambliss Joel E 
5 Abernathy Thomas 
Burgess William H 
13 Tolbert J Hinton 
Smith Dinton 

15 Bell Clifford A 

16 Pope George T 
20 Lacy James S 

23 Chappell Ernest T 

24 Fincher Robert K 
McDaniel John E 
Oakland Av Intersects 

46 Kirby Tollison L 
48 Worthen John D 

56 Marks Purington B B 

57 Allen Abner A 

58 Grant Mattie A Mrs 

81 Haden J Tate 

82 Fife William B 

83 Camp Warner A 

85 Smith Leon 

86 Hadley A Stewart 

89 Raines William C 

90 Holcombe Archer J 

91 Farnsworth Wilton S 

92 Eubanks Joseph E 
94 Gibson John T 

96 Jones John T 

97 Roberts William R 
102 Luther Abraham J 

103 Stott John W 



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109 Trout John 

Loomis Av Intersects 

115 Bailey Grady 

117 Huber Charles F 

118 Lowery Augustus N 

119 Carson Robert E 

120 Young William H 

123 Watkins Wayne A 

124 Spratling Frederick 

125 Wheeler Mary Mrs 
128 Maffett James M 

Park Av Intersects 
169 Atlanta Sanitarium 
Southern Pub Assn 
Crisler Leroy T 
Boulevard Intersects 
Berean Av Intersects 
214 Murphy John E 
216 Bosshardt Charles 
218 Slaton W Joseph 

220 Evans Amos 

221 Leathers Clark P 

222 Jordan Charles J 
226 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
228 Cort John M 

233 Herren William F 

237 Beauchamp Adrian L 

238 White William 

240 Parker Brown 

241 Norris Bartow G 

242 Carlton Benjamin F 

245 Hollingsworth Ella C Mrs 
248 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
250 Beauchamp William J 
262-A Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
262-B Shelton David A 



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BRYANTS, address mail "Atlanta 
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BUCHANAN, from 154 Forrest av 
n to 117 Currier, bet Butler 
and Fort, sewerage throughout 
for names see "Lowndes" 



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BUCHANAN, from Anton n t IND1 VIDU AI.S 

Bellemeade av, 1 e of Howell 111171 " luv t\uv 

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BUCKHEAD, on Peachtree rd 6 
miles n, address mail "Atlanta 
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Corporations 



BIEXA YISTA AV r , from 664 S 
Pryor w to McDonough, 1 s of 
Atlanta av, water from Pryor 
to Fortress 

15 Jones William M 

16 Smith Charles T 
24 Coleman John S 

Fortress Av Begins 
34 Dudley William W 
36 Veal Millard F 

44 Kirkland Herschel C 

45 Ozburn James B 

46 Thrasher Marv E Mrs 
48 Scott William P 



BlIiLARD (Cook's District), from 
AB&ARRnto Jefferson, 3 
W of Ashby 



BIMSTEAD ALLEY, from 32 S 
McDaniel, n e to 37 Smith 



BUNKER, changed to West End 
Place 



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BUNKER HILL, from Lee w to 
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BURNS, from Lynes av e to S 
Moreland av, 2 s of Eden av 



BUSH, from Elliott w to Gray, 
1 n of Jones av, sewerage and 
water throughout 



BUSH-MOUNTAIN AV, from 
Holderness west to 2 north of 
Arlington 



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BUTLER, from 192 Decatur n to 
Forrest av, and from 165 Pine 
n to E Linden and s to Hun- 
ter, 1 e of Piedmont av, paved 
with granite blocks from Hun- 
ter to Edgewood av, macadam 
from Edgewood to Forrest and 
Pine to Linden av, sewerage 
from Hunter to Forrest av, and 
Pine to Linden av, water 
throughout 

2 Cohen Morris 

4 Hampton Fannie (c) 

4% Maloof Charles 

6 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

7 Landrum Henry (c) 

8 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

9 Martin Thomas (c) 
10 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 
12 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 
12 V 2 Cohen David 

14 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 
16 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 
18 Maxey Cora (c) 

21 Davis Isaac (c) 

22 Webb Lula (c) 
Tolberts Alley Begins 

25 Butler Dora (c) 

28 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

43 Spier Robert 

Gilmer Intersects 
45 Rosenberg Karl 

47 Azar Paul Rev 

48 Tonki William 

49 Jacobs Abraham Rev 

52 Cohen William 

53 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

56 Horwitz Michael 

57 Kesler Meyer 

58 George Michael 

59 Cohen Revie 

66 Coury Nayef M 

69 Hudson Charles H (c) 

70 Zachim George J 

Armstrong Intersects 
92-98 Atl Col Phys & Surgeons 
98 Carnegie Path Institute 

100 Southern Dental College 

101 Grady Memorial Hospital 

102 King Henry C 

104 Hammack Pharmacy 
Coca Cola Place Intersects 

105 Whitfield Eula (c) 

107 Cargile John (c) 

108 Butler St M E Church 

109 Warren Henry (c) 

110 Bell Henry (c) 

111 Evans Carrie (c) 

112 Roland Ella (c) 

113 McFarland Ernest (c) 

114 Hall Etta (c) 

115 Hubert Martha (c) 

116 Carrol Anna (c) 

117 Harris John (c) 



118 West Ella (c) 

119 Lovejoy Madison (c) 

120 Patrick Savannah (c) 

Boaz Begins 

121 Nichols Nancy (c) 

122 Cobb John M (c) 

123 Lipscomb John (c) 
125 Caldwell James L 

127 Crockett William L (c) 

Edgewood Av Intersects 
135 Brown Victor 

137 Hall Etta (c) 

138 Roberts Amos B (c) 

140 Thomas Pleasant (c) 

141 Lee Thomas (c) 
Johnson William P 

142 Davis Joseph (c) 

144 Jefferson Charles (c) 

145 Reeves William H (c) 

146 Harris Jacob (c) 

147 Abraham Carrie (c) 

148 Jones Mittie (c) 

149 Wilson John C (c) 

150 Allen Amanda (c) 

151 Bozeman & Barlow (c) 

152 Johnson Rachel (c) 
154 Panion Nettie (c) 

163 % Maddison James W Dr (c) 
163 y 2 Butler Henry R Dr (c) 

Auburn Av Intersects 
165 Stone James T 
167 Stone James T 

170 Big Bethel A M E Church (c) 

171 Ga Ry & E Co car barn 

172 Thorn Willis (c) 
174 Green Moses (c) 
178 Jones Ethel (c) 

180 Lawrence William (c) 
182 Butler Alice (c) 
184 Brown Bettie (c) 
188 Amos Green (c) 

191 Fraser Josephine (c) 

192 Sims George (c) 

195 Washington Angeline (c) 

196 Lattimore Dock (c) 
198 Ellison Emmett (c) 

200 Davenport Alice (c) 

201 Askew Anna (c) 

202 Benton Elizabeth (c) 

203 Trice Lula (c) 

204 Pruitt Mandy (c) 
207 Smith Walter (c) 

Houston Intersects 
217 Brown James 
219 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
219 y 2 Hill Daisy (c) 
221 Street Aaron (c) 

223 Street Aaron (c) 

224 Holbrooks Dora (c) 

225 Strong Callie (c) 

226 Forehand Rose (c) 

227 Watkins John (c) 

228 Harris Carrie (c) 

229 Caldwell Annie (c) 

230 Ferrell Sallie (c) 

231 Johnson Kate (c) 

232 More Frances (c) 

233 Pierce Jennie (c) 

234 Watkins Annie <c) 

235 Baker John (c) 

236 Sherman Louis 

237 Bridges James B (c) 

Ellis Intersects 

238 Barnes William A (c) 

240 Morton James (c) 

241 Hansard Pauline (c) 

242 Sanders Thomas 

243 Deantignac Charles (c) 






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244 Jackson Homer (c) 

245 Deantignac Edgar (c) 

246 Echols Amanda (c) 

247 Stroud Howard (c) 

248 Swift Laura (c) 

249 Wymbo L (c) 

250 Cooper Charles (c) 
250-A Johnson Jefferson (c) 

251 Little Susan (c) 

252 Atwater Elijah (c) 

253 Richardson Peter (c) 

254 Motts Mary (c) 

255 Williams Lula (c) 

256 Arnold Otis (c) 

257 Hurt Julius (c) 

258 Beasley Tucker (c) 

259 Ray Annie (c) 

260 Simpson James (c) 

261 Davis Monroe (c) 

262 Woods Paul W Dr (c) 

263 Baker Joseph (c) 

Cain Intersects 

270 Jordan Emma (c) 

271 Rines Hubbard (c) 

272 Spratling James (c) 

273 Coleman William (c) 

274 Kiser Fort (c) 

276 Johnson Napoleon (c) 
276-B Bradkin Samuel 

277 Nunn Anderson (c) 

Bynum Begins 
279 Little Robert M (c) 
284 Harrison, Munch K (c) 
286 Foster Charles (c) 

288 Brownlee Mattie (c) 

289 Thomas John (c) 

290 Lumpkin John (c) 

291 Shumate Hattie (c) 

Harris Intersects 

292 Johnson Sam (c) 
294 Horton Agnes (c) 
307 Edward Charles (c) 

310 Chapman Nervy (c) 

311 Freeman Lela (c) 

312 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

313 McCoy James (c) 

314 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

315 Claud Robert (c) 

316 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
318 Drakes William A (c) 

London Lane Begins 

321 Warren Logan (c) 

322 Donald Ella (c) 
324 Burden (c) 

326 Williams Willie (c) 

327 Lee Andrew (c) 

328 Andrews Joseph 

330 Kelsey Tabernacle The (c) 

331 Crumpton Frank (c) 

Baker Intersects 

333 Edwards Leslie (c) 

334 Smith William (c) 

335 Holt Kate (c) 

336 Brown Jesse (c) 

337 Taylor George (c) 

339 Tyler George (c) 

340 Cosby James (c) 

341 Taylor Jefferson (c) 

342 Andrews Charlotte (c) 

343 Thomas Catherine (c) 

344 Walker Oscar (c) 

345 Morris Alonzo (c) 

345 Ms Mack John (c) 

346 Johnson Walter (c) 

347 Franklin Marv (c) 

Clifton Begins 

348 Darden Albert (c) 

349 Hill Joseph (c) 



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Brackens William (c) 

Brown Lena E (c) 

White Annie (c) 

Davis Lula (c) 

Haugabrook Thomas (c) 

Shipp Pauline (c) 

Sells Lillie (c) 
V£ Jones Emma (c) 

Jackson Linda (c) 

Willis Eula (c) 
y 2 Pitts Mary (c) 
Vernon Place Begins 

James William (c) 

Fambrough Lena (c) 
y 2 Sims Leonard (c) 
Chestnut Av Begins 

Hutchens Mary (c) 

Murphy Ellen (c) 

Griggs Tank (c) 

Chambers Alice (c) 

Cox Roberta (c) 

Duberry Wash (c) 

Wilson John (c) 

Johnson Angie (c) 

Smith Texas (c) 

Smith Sarah (c) 

Steele Louise (c) 

Butler Mary (c) 

Coleman William (c) 

Cane James B (c) 

Hilsman Jordan (c) 

Clark Maggie (c) 

Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

Allen John C 
Forest Av Intersects 
Pine Intersects 

Jenkins Thomas (c) 

Edwards George (c) 

* Box Intersects 

Winston Carrie (c) 

Hill John (c) 

Going South 

Holland Andrew (c) 

Cummings Godwin (c) 

Hirsch Jacob N (whse) 

Siegel Harry 

-24 Duncan Hodnett Grain Co 
Ga It H Intersects 

Atlanta Milling Co 

Fulton County Jail 



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15 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 
17 Buchannon E Susan Mrs 
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21 Fuller Alice M Mrs 
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138 Henry Frank (c) 




Ivy Intersects 


140 Hinton Annie (c) 


41 


Hicks David G 


141 Hardy Delia (c) 


43 


Vacant Sept 28, 1912 


143 Willingham William (c) 


44 


Struppa Claude 


Rondeau Begins 


45 


White Charles R 


144 Austin Edward W (c) 


45 


-B Thornton Alice Mrs 


145 Smith James (c) 


47 


Bernard Frances Mrs 


146 Austin Edward W (c) 


47% Rhodes Kenneth 


147 Barnes Lucy (c) 


48 


Fenchel Frances Miss 


Tanners Alley Begins 


51 


Hall Lydia Mrs 


148 Gates Ella (c) 


52 


St Bride The 


149 Payton Burrell (c) 




Kellogg Dora S Mrs 


150 Dawsey Mollie (c) 




Fletcher A A 


150-A Powell Sallie (c) 




Douglas Hamilton 


150 y 2 Brown Kittie (c) 




Frye Herbert W 


151 Allen Amelia (c) 




Davis Dorsey T 


152 White Lula (c) 




Anderson Bessie Mrs 


153 Harris Maud (c) 




Paulson Lillian C Miss 


154 Beasley Mattie (c) 




Burris Kate Mrs 


155 Foster Andrew (c) 




Hudson Martha Miss 


156 Ragland Annie (c) 


55 


Molley Richmond E 


157 Davis Elizabeth (c) 


56 


Myers William R 


159 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


60 


Chotas Eli 


160 Freeman John W (c) 


61 


Vernon The 


Butler Intersects 




Rollestone Mary Mrs 


161 Mains Annie (c) 




Evans Nannie M Mrs 


162 y 2 Redwine Mary (c) 




Brown Hubert E 


163 White Maceo (c) 




Anderson Lewis M 


164 Johnson Wm M T Rev (c) 




Suttles Thomas 


165 Latham George W (c) 




Holder Margaret Mrs 


166 Gain Louis (c) 


63 


Vacant Sept 28 1912 


167 Pettis Alexander (c) 


65 


Williams Dorothy Mrs 


168 Cobb Hattie (c) 


66 


Lyon Nathan 


169 Driskell Charles (c) 




Courtland Intersects 


170 Mansell Palace (c) 


83 


Lovejoy Lula (c) 


171 Rice Andrew (c) 


84 


Silverman Simon 


172 Ridley Eda (c) 


85 


Williams Ella (c) 


173 Hendrix Henry (c) 


86 


Price & Thomas 


174 Clark John (c) 


88 


Hudson Jeremiah (c) * 


176 Dawsey Joseph (c) 


89 


Bell Henry (c) 


178 Foster Rose (c) 


91 


Moore King (c) 


Valentine Ends 




Clifford Ends 


179 St Luke Baptist Church (c) 


92 


Thompson Asbury (c) 


179 y 2 Williams John W (c) 


96 


Perkins Nathan (c) 


180 Ellison Francis (c) 


98 


Davis Clara (c) 


182 Bowman Bessie (c) 


99 


Brown Sarah (c) 


183 Walker Henry (c) 


102 


Walker Clara (c) 


184 Thomas Clayton (c) . 


103 


Wallace Melvin (c) 


185 Tanks Joseph (c) 


104 


Poole Louis (c) 


186 Thomas Frank (c) 


106 


Johnson Jerome (c) 


188 Dean Hannah (c) 


107 


Johnson Jennie (c) 


189 Chiles David (c) 


108 


Smith George (c) 


190-A Redding William (c) 


111 


Thompson Fannie (c) 


190-B Lomax Hattie (c) 


116 


Flemming John B H (c) 


193 Cooper Ollie (c) 


116% Rosa (c) 


Newman Begins 




Piedmont Av Intersects 


194-A Lavender Jesse (c) 


118 


Zion Isadore 


194-B Holiman Albert (c) 


119 


Tippins Mary (c) 


196-A Wilson Thomas (c) 


120 


Johnson Robert (c) 


196-B White Thomas (c) 


121 


-A Wright William (c) 


197 Muckle Clyde (c). 


121- 


-B Jackson Lucinda. (c) 


197-B Coleman Robert (c) 


122 


Vacant Sept 23, 1912 


198 Gray Ida (c) 


123 


Gate City Free Kindergarten 


200 Smith James E (c) 


124 


Vacant Sept 23, 1912 


202 White Priscilla (c) . 


126 


Collins Walter (c) 


206 White Arrae (c) 


126- 


-A Brown Robert (c) 


207 Lawson Stephen (c) 


126- 


■B Cosby Louis (c) 


208 Spear Abraham (c) 


126- 


C Cheeley James (c) 


210 Alexander James (c) 


126- 


■D Emory Laura (c) 


212 Simonton J S & Co (c) 


126- 


■E Brownlee Emma (c) 


Fort Intersects 


128- 


•A Andrews Ida (c) 


214 Richman Oscar 


128- 


■B Brooks Mary (c) 


218 White Moses W (c) 


129 


Rivers Anna (c) 


220 Howard Robert (c) 


130 


Boyd Mary (c) 


221 Sale Robert N (c) 


131 


Teasley David (c) 


222 Glover William (c) 


132 


Hunter John H (c) 


223 North Ellen (c) 


134 


James Erma (c) 


224 Reid Rosa (c) 



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Turner Anthony (c) 


127 


Allison Frank L 


226 


Cosby William (c) 


129 


Drake William E 


227 


Johnson Ella (c) 


131 


Vacant Sept 20, 1912 


228 


Simmons Henrietta (c) 




Walton Intersects 


228 y 2 South Walter (c) 








230 


Butts Maria (c) 


CAIRO, from Jett i 




Milliard Intersects 


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242 


Ford Peter P (c) 


1 


Stewart Joseph F 


246 


Banks Austin (c) 


50 


Cross Julian R 


250 


Leslie Edward (c) 


51 


Moody Henry C 


253 


Walker David (c) 






254 


Clowers John T (c) 


CALD 


257 


Jones Columbus J (c) 








260 


Craig Jacob C (c) 


CALHOUN, State w to 




Dunlap Begins 


Clark, 2 n of Emmett 


261 


Grimes Cornelius L (c) 




Hirsch Intersects 


262 


Willis Rose (c) 


14 


Anderson Olaf 


264 


Harper Will (c) 


16 


Brooks Brothers 


266 


Daniel Jesse D (c) 


27 


Tarrant Terry G 


267 


Stafford William C (c) 


28 


Blackburn Jesse T 


268 


Moore Delia (c) 


30 


Powell Sanford 


270 


Watson Tom (c) 




Snyder Intersects 


271 


O'Neal Lab Z (c) 






272 


Heath Mattie L (c) 


CAMERON, from 


274 


Bates Willis (c) 


Be 


rne, 2 e of Boulevard, water 


275 


King- Thomas (c) 


and sewerage Glennwood to 


276 


McAdams Preston L (c) 


Rosalia 




Jackson Intersects 




McDonald Intersects 


292 


Lafitte John B 


49 


Freeman John F 


296 


McLondon Otis C 


51 


McElheney George 


299 


Ward Dennis 


53 


King- Elizabeth Mrs 


300 


Caines John R 


55 


Hill George W 


301 


Hendrix John C 




Bryan Intersects 


324 


Ward Wiley J 


64 


Anderson George M 


326 


Finch James A 


66 


Johnson Orville W 


328 


Davis Charles M 


70 


McEwen John C 




Going West 


71 


-A Jenkins Jesse R 


19- 


■21 New Wilson Apartments 


71- 


-B Crane William B 




Durr Mary E Mrs 


78 


Thompson Thomas 




Townsend Luther C 


82 


McWilliams Samuel G 




Spring Intersects 


85 


Holbrook Howell P 


41 


Andrews Sarah E Mrs 


86 


Shaw Theodore D 


43 


Heath Dora T Mrs 


■ 88 


Looney William 


45 


Piatt Lillie M Mrs 


94 


Arnold Wilson T 




\\ insliip Alley Begins 




Kalb Av Intersects 


50 


Vacant Oct 1, 1912 


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Slennwood Av Intersects 




Carnegie Place Ends 


129 


Dennis Robert S 


62- 


A Pruitt John (c) 


131 


Bernet George R 


62- 


B Heard Lula (c) 


133 


Ray John W 




Williams Begins 


135 


Sweatman Albert 


68 


Vacant Sept 27, 1912 


137 


Lewis Leonidas 


70 


Feldman Jacob 


157 


Hutto Leonard A 




James Ends 


161 


Phillips James H 


77 


Pressley Robert H 


165 


Mullins Edward A 


78 


Vacant Sept 27, 1912 


169 


Crusselle Kate Mrs 


79 


White J Walter 




Pickert Ends 


80- 


A Vacant Sept 27, 1912 


172 


Vacant Sept 7, 1912 


80- 


B Vacant' Sept 27, 1912 


173 


Davis Gideon 


82 


Waller Claude E 


176 


Barber Oscar W 


83 


Webb Charles H 


177 


Davis William C 


87 


Morris Mary Miss 




McDonald Intersects 


89 


Vacant Sept 25, 1912 


180 


Keheley Joseph N 


90 


Gonzalez Cayentano 


181 


Terry J Gordon 


92 


Nurses Home (c) 


184 


Gifford William O 


93 


Anderson Frank P 


185 


Stevens Harry H 


95 


Lee Alice M Mrs 


188 


Laws Joseph B 


97 


Hall Fannie M Mrs 


189 


Robinson Joseph C 




Bartow Intersects 


193 


Chambers James E 


102 


Hand Mattie B Mrs 




Rosalie Intersects 


104 


Vacant Sept 27, 1912 


205 


Williams Frank A 




Orme Begins 


211 


Hopkins DeWitt W 


105 


Forsyth Annie Miss 




McEwen Henry C 


111 


Forsyth James A 


215 


Crowe Henry W 


115 


Martin James B 


216 


Skinner John F 


117 


Burnett Joseph N 


217 


McElroy Henry J 




1 iickif Intersects 


220 


Beavers Josephine E Mrs 


125 


Lipshutz Isaac 


221 


Avera John W 


126 


Stephenson James 


228 


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CAMERON — Cont'd 

234 Hicks Marcus L 

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235 Moon John C 

236 Davis John D 

241 Randall Winslow P 
246 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 



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36 Oakland Tile Co 
95 Harrison William T 

97 Blackwell John D 

98 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

99 Pourron Edward J 

100 Brock Clark (c) 

101 Stephens Robert D 

102 Ware Minnie (c) 

103 Ray Nelson (c) 

104 Long Jeremiah (c) 

105 Conley John (c) 

106 demons Robert (c) 

107 Ball Sylvia (c) 

108 Wilson Joseph (c) 

109 Scott William (c) 

110 Thompson John (c) 
112 Beaty Cousby (c) 

Holderness Intersects 
114 Brown Valona (c) 
116 Steerman Katherine Mrs 
170 Kelsey William J 
200 Cody John L 
202 Baker Marvin L 
206 Haney Robert B 
250 Pate George 



CANDLER, from DeKalb av n to 
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Albemarle Intersects 

25 Brooks William S 
27 Atkins Charles B 
31 Pierson Andrew F 
33 Pierson Horace H 

Iverson Begins 
35 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
81 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
89 Parham Ashton H 
93 Dean Charles A 



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blk Capitol Sq to Fair, asphalt 
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Boynton to Ridge av 

8 Guthrie & King Granite Co 
10 Atlanta Natatorium 
15 State Capitol 
26 Hutchinson Rosa Mrs 
30 Angler Edgar A 



32 Angel Lula S Mrs 
34 Roane Belle Mrs 
36 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
38 Smith Alma Mrs 
42 Fagan Annie Mrs 
46 Atkinson William E 

Capitol Square Ends 
53 Winturn Court 

Greenblatt Samuel R 

Revson Frank 

Wallace E L 

Horwitz Richard 

Herman Charles 

Moss Morris W 
57 Carnes William E Dr 
59 Cornelius Reginald J 

Keese Alexander E 
Central Place Ends 

64 Sahli Annah 

65 Villard Mary L Mrs 

66 Kirk John 

70 Parker Joseph A 

71 Kendrick Edward L 

72 Cowley J Frank 

Fair Intersects 

73 Spence Sarah E Mrs 

74 McAfee Mary J Mrs 

78 Ramsey Bertha W Mrs 

79 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

80 DuPree Thaxton L 
80% Johnson Oscar 
82 Capitol Av Dairy 

85 Porter John N 

86 Brisendine James M 

88 Budures James 

89 Gates Henry L 

90 Jewish Educational Alliance 
93 Silverman Samuel H 

95 Capitol Drug Co 

96 Bellick Jacob 

98 Blare Malissa E Mrs 

99 Folds Henry J 

100 White Lula Mrs 

101 Lambert Thomas C 

102 Zuber James M 
Woodward Av Intersects 

107 Schirmer Jacob F 

108 Clarke Joseph W 

110 Weil Isadore 

111 Epton Rowena Mrs 

112 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

113 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

113 y 2 Randall Ella Mrs 

114 Rogers L W & Co 

114% Lancaster Martha J Mrs 

116 Tiptons Drug Store 

118 Ginn Lee (c) 

118-A Gable John D 

118-B Hogle Martin M 

120 Bailey William L 

McClelland Walter B 
Crew Alley Ends 

123 Elder Robert L 

124 Russell Duane A 

126 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

127 Thurman John B 

128 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

132 Levine Joseph M Rabbi 

133 Hosias Louis 

136 Hirsch Ephraim 

137 Sherlin George A 

138 Bellick Jacob 
138-A Hirsch David I 

Rawson Intersects 

139 Orr Samuel W 
139-A Heath J Peter 

140 Joel L David 

141 Bird George 



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B McGraw Minnie Mrs 


277 


Freeman Emma A Mrs 


144 


Ormond Robert M 


278 


Clifton Madison L 


147 


Kyle Tooms T 




Bates Russell J 


148 


Vacant Sept 27, 1912 


281 


Massa Enrico A 


151 


Force George H 


282 


Grady Stephen T 


152 


Jacob Ezra 


284 


Vogt Jacob A 


156 


Miles Marion 


287 


Wilson Robert R 


158 


Vacant Sept 27, 1912 


291 


Matthews Lenora Mrs 


159 


Sawtell Thomas R 


296 


Goldstein Charles 


160 


Vacant Sept 27, 1912 


297 


Estes William C Dr 


162 


Zaban David 


298 


Vacant Oct 5, 1912 


167 


Henderson Lillie M Mrs 


300 


Lichtenstein Herman 


169 


Malloy A & Son 


301 


Born Preston M 


171 


Blackman W Wilbur Dr 


304 


Harrison James C 


171- 


■A Vacant Sept 28, 1912 


305 


Donhofer Michael 


172 


Robertson Sanitarium 


306 


Taylor Wesley 




Clarke Intersects 


307 


Mewborn Paul E 


176 


Gregg Lizzie J Mrs 


308 


Bryan Rebecca Mrs 


179 


Norbell John D 


311 


Snow Lougenia Mrs 


180 


Jones Rebecca L Mrs 


312 


Yeandle William 


183 


Brown Edward C 




Glenn Intersects 


184 


Read Nathan K 


315 


Smith Charles O Dr 


187 


Fain John J 


316 


Goldsmith Bernie L 


188 


Smith J Charles 


317 


Thomas John M 




Hurst Joseph C 


318 


Greenberg Ralph 


191 


Buford Gaston R Rev 


319 


Ferguson Fannie Mrs 


192 


Cohen Philip 


320 


Ayer Guy D Dr 


193 


Vacant Sept 30, 1012 


323 


Scheer John 


196 


Cornwell Gibson H 


324 


Duncan Joseph 


196- 


-A Jordan Julius C 




Niswanner H Mortimer 


198 


Chadwick Arthur J 


325 


Gottlieb Julius 


198- 


-A Saloshin Louis 




Tyson Grady 


202 


Beatie Mary L Mrs 


326 


Vacant Sept 27, 1912 


208 


Mobley Mamie A Miss 


327 


Gordon David (c) 


208- 


-A Lotz William H 


328 


Hirsch Jacob N 




Fulton Intersects 


329 


Long James A (c) 


209 


Holmes Mary A Mrs 


339 


Hathcock Giles Dr 


210 


Morris Abraham A 


341 


Vacant Sept 28, 1912 


210 


-A Weber Moses 


342 


Weinfeld Albert 


212 


Zoder Clara Mrs 


343 


Paragon Pharmacy 


212- 


-B Brown Nellie Miss 




Georgia Av Intersects 


214 


Fluker Julian M 


347 


Vacant Sept 28, 1912 


214- 


-B Coates Mattie Mrs 


349 


Clein Benjamin 


215 


Barmore Eugene R 


349- 


•A Tesler Abraham 


216 


Ginsberg Abraham 


352 


Capitol Av Baptist Church 


217 


Mann Adam C 


353 


Paxon Frederick J 


220 


Lewis Arthur C 


354 


Wright Francis E 


223 


Rogers Robert L 


357 


Catchings Mattie L Mrs 


224 


Kolbush Simeon 


358 


Thompson Edgar E 


227 


Morris Arthur L 


360 


Vacant Sept 27. 1912 


228 


Brown Morris 


361 


Edenfield William N Dr 


231 


Thomas Martha Mrs 


362 


Stansell Gertrude Mrs 


232 


Hatcher Eden B 


365 


Tennent Katie Mrs 


234 


Thomas David L 


366 


Foster Samuel 


235 


Georgian Hospital 


371 


Trautwein Bertha Mrs 


236 


Rogers L W Co 


372 


Yarbrough Robert R 


238 


Capitol Av Pharmacy 


374 


Fall Clarence M 




Richardson Intersects 


375 


Scharf Carl Dr 


239 


Barnwell D L 


376 


Berry Benjamin L 


240 


McRae James Q 




Bass Intersects 




Scoggins George L 


378 


Berger David 


243 


Buchanan J Chalmers 


380 


Berger David 


244 


Clayton Robert M 


385 


Tilley John R 


247 


Membourn Harvey G 


386 


Watson Emma Mrs 




Mallory Carrie Mrs 




Woodward James 


248 


Kempton James 


387 


Fears James T 


251 


Bellamy Fanny L Mrs 


3SS 


■\Yatson George C 


252 


Sutton Wylie H 


391 


Florence Ezekiel J 


256 


Atkins.on May Belle Mrs 


395 


Gay Thomas B 


2fi0 


Benson Thomas J 


396 


Weekley Lula E Mrs 


262 


Abelman Simon 


400 


Fant David J 




Shalloway David 


401 


Collins Teccoa Mrs 


264 


Gee Joseph F 


404 


Williams Ralph S 


267 


Piedmont Sanitarium 


405 


Cox R Findlay 


270 


Wolf Samuel 


406 


Comstock Charles 


275 


Webb Dilmus W 


407 


Harris Thomas B 


276 


Saul Louis 




Love Intersects 




Crumley Intersects 


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England James R 




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24 SOUTH BROAD STREET 



CAPITOL AV— Cont'd 
413 Mathews William F 
416 Sloan S La Prade 

418 Thompson J Halsey 

419 Chapman James A 

420 McCollough Robert L 

421 Keith George M 
Donaldson J Young 

424 Gaines William W 

425 Lassalle Stephen B 

426 Mathews David M 
429 Lynch John T 

437 Manasse Max 

438 Broznack Jacob 

441 Gillespie Cornelia V Mrs 

442 Wayne Clarence 

444 Swain Frederick M 

445 Sturgeon James P 
447 Josephs Elias A 
449 Stein Moses 

Little Intersects 
452 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 
456 Zimmerman Charles 
460 Seale Georgia A Mrs 
464 Minsk Isaac 
468 Curran James C 
470 Spielburger William B 
474 Massengale Hattie E Mrs 

477 Swansburg Harry 

478 Stribling Paul O 

480 Hardin Augustus D 

481 Benson Elijah J 

483 Vacant Sept 28, 1912 

484 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

485 Vacant Sept 28, 1912 

Orniond Intersects 
487 Taylor C B 

489 Shelnutt James H 

490 Wright William A 

491 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 

492 Roper Carl 

495 Jackson William H 

496 Thornton W Otis 

499 Smith Robert W 

500 Carson Marcus J 

504 Grant Thomas H 

505 Gouge Charles A 
508 O'Rourke Laura Mrs 
512 Dunbar Edward B 

515 Hatchett John D 

516 Griffin Dennis J 

520 Beasley William R 

521 Fuller Watson 
Atlanta Av Intersects 

526 Bennett William A 

527 Sisk Francis M 

530 Freeman Stinson A 

531 Scott John S 

532 Falks James H 
532-A Bansley John D 
535 Cotton William V 
537 Wilson William C 
541 Pierce Allen M 
545 Jackson John B 



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374 
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627 
629 
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635 
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637 
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660 



663 
689 
695 
697 
699 



Parker Walter L 
Mann Robert J 

Varnlra Begins 

Moser Manville S 
Mann Wilbur B 
Webb John A 
Redwine Edward M 
McCoy R Carlisle 
Beck Mary Mrs 
McCoy John H 
Murphy Joseph H 
Davis J Samuel 
Kernodle Mary E Miss 
Vacant Oct 2, 1912 
Straton Mattie Mrs 
Turner Mary D Mrs 
Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

Jefferson Ends 
Hiers Jesse L 
Bullard George 
Chaffin Willie Miss 
Spiller Rell J 
Hilckman August H 
Foote & Davies Co 
York Steele O 
Walker Matthew T 
Murphy George M 
O'Rear William H 
Hightower John W 
Hall John M 
Thompson Homer 
Haygood Av Intersects 
Mobley Thomas J 
Chapman William H 
Honea & Baker 
Dickens William J 
Brooks Daniel P 
South Side Baptist Church 
Stevens Daniel A 
Dease Elbert W 
Wilson Alpheus 
Clark Isaac C 

Boynton Av Begins 
Milam Fannie Miss 
Zink Allen R 
Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
Sisk H Manning 
Cochakos Christopher 

Weyman Av Ends 
Cawley John (c) 
Foote & Davies Co 

Milton Av Begins 
McCrary Alley Ends 
Tate George (c) 
Moon William A 
Vacant Sept 25, 1912 
Teague Dock 
Weddle John 
Gammon Theol Seminary 
Ridge Av Intersects 

Sou By Intersects 



CAPITOL, AV (East Atlanta), 
changed to Cummings 



CAPITOL PLACE, from 121 Cap- 
itol Square s to 166 Trinity av 
1 e of Washington; paved with 
granite blocks, water through- 
out 
10 Evlene Court 

de Lauzanne Adelaide Miss 
Cummings Frederick E 
Blood John W 
Gray Roxie V Mrs 
Humphreys Edward L 
Neer Samuel K 



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15 Flanagan Lizzie L Mrs 

17 Jeffries Lillle J Mrs 

18 Charles Robert E 

21 Wailes Anna H Mrs 
26 Pierce Dora Mrs 



CAPITOL SQUARE, from 69 
Washington e to 53 Capitol av, 
1 s of Hunter, paved with 
asphalt, water throughout 
93 Steed Florine C Mrs 
97-99 Crush Nannie C Miss 

105 Baird James B Dr 

113 Applewhite, Henry T 

121 Milner George A 

Capitol Place Begins 

131 May Lena Miss 



CAPITOL VIEW, on Stewart av 
just beyond A & W P Belt Line 
R R, take "Stewart Av" car, 
address mail "Atlanta, R F D 
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CAREY (Cook's District), on 
River car line 



CARLTON, from 160 Wells n to 
near 616 Whitehall, 1 w of 
Ocmulgee 



CARMEL AV, from Sinclair Av 
n w to Argyle Av, Inman Park 



CARMICHAEL STATION, on Ma- 
rietta car line, 9 mi north 



CARNEGIE PLACE, from 150 
Peachtree n w to 61 W Cain. 
2 n of Luckie. paved with gran- 
ite blocks, sewerage and water 
throughout 

6 Carnegie Library of Atlanta 

7 Wolff-Bernard Dr 
Howell Park Dr 

16 Loraine Apartments 

Fairlie Ends 
20-26 Hotel Carnegie 

Ellis Ends 
28 Ferari David 
32 Stafford The 
Griffin Wm S 
Horsey Harry B 
Seidell Stafford 

34 Gay John R 

35 Verdi John 
37 Gay John R 

Cone Ends 

39 Avery Mamie Miss 

40 Lyric Theatre 
Smith Soda Co 

41 Richardson R E 

43 Bashlor Heat & Plumb Co 
45 Vacant Oct 2, 1912 

48 Wren Ida Mrs 

49 Vacant Oct 2, 1912 

50 Chemical Co No 2 
Hose Co No 8 

Spring- Intersects 
60 Smith Porter R 
64 Smith Elias E 
662 Broyles Robert A 



CAROLINE, from Moreland av e 

to Flora av, 1 s of DeKalb av 

CARR, from 1308 Marietta s to 
Niles av, 1 e of Rice 



2 Carlin John W 

4 Haney William M 

6 Moore Osie Lee 

8 Mauldln Elizabeth Mrs 



CARR (Edgewood), from White 
ford av e to Maude, 1 s of La 
France 



CARROLL (also known as Fac- 
tory), from Ga R R to 138 
S Boulevard, paved with chert 
and sewerage from Tennelle to 
Boulevard, water from Ten- 
nelle to Gaskill 

1 Ga R R Round House 
12 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
14 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
20 Waddell William R 
24 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
26 Cooley Lee 
30 Gober Robert A 

Tennelle Intersects 
34 Gober Harry C 
44 Darnell Sarah Mrs 
52 Jackson Robert S 
56 Collins James R 

58 Jackson & Son 

59 Carson James P 

60 Stevens Thomas A 

61 McWilliams Sarah E Mrs 

62 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
64 Wallace Robert 
67-B Ware Nancy Mrs 

70 Union Missionary Church 

72 Smith George W 
72% Darnell William M 

73 Reeves Maggie Mrs 

Shelton Ends 

74 Wiggins Roger 
74-A Jones William 
76 Baugh James A 
82 Vacant Sept 17, 
84 Smith William D 
87-B Chisenhall Rupert M 
90 Kent Filmore M 

Prisock Begins 
91-A Fuller John H 
91-B Ethridge Jesse 
96 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
97-A Hammock William J 
97-B Robinson Edward R 
98 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
107 Pruitt Jacob W 






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CARTER, from 104 Davis w to 
Mayson & Turner av, 1 n of 
Hunter, water from Davis to 
Electric av 
11 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

14 Petter Jaionly 

15 Zelner Gust (c) 

18 Green Benjamin (c) 
Mnugron Begins 
20 Cook William (c) 

22 Smith Porter (c) 

23 Barnes William (c) 
25 Rudisal Victoria (c) 
30 Calhoun Elizabeth (c) 
32 Howard Logan (c) 

34 Thomas Mattie B (c) 
36 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
38 Rivers Jennie (c) 

40 Lundy William (c) 

Electric Av Begins 

41 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
43 Strickland Hattie (c) 

Walnut Intersects 



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CARTER — Cont'd 
87 Horton Mary (c) 
91 Williams John (c) 
Vine Intersects 
199 Renfroe Dora Mrs 
201 Battle Sine 
207 Smith John (c) 
211 Roberson Lee (c) 

217 Luckie Henry (c) 

218 Walker Isham (c) 

Majestic Av Intersects 

219 Colder George (c) 

220 Nash Elizabeth (c) 

221 Butler Charles (c) 
225 White Wayne (c) 

Chestnut Intersects 
241 Farmer Sarah (c) 

Doray Intersects 
259 Mason Ella (c) 






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Q CASCADE AV, from 475 Gordon 
06 s w beyond limits, address mail 
^J "Atlanta R F D 1," water and 
q sewerage Gordon to Beecher 

.CASCADE SPRINGS, address mail 
^ "Atlanta R F D 1" 



50 CASSIN'S ALLEY, from Peters n 
to Nelson, 1 e of Madison 



|CASSON (Edgewood). from De- 
Kalb av n to McLendon, form- 
ing eastern boundary line of 
city 

For names see Hull 

'CASTLEBERRY, from 205 S For- 
syth w to 144 Peters, 1 n of 
W Fair, sewerage throughout. 
water from Forsyth of C of Ga 
Ry 
3 Canterbury W Floyd 
5 Vacant Sept 17. 1912 
7 Walston Thomas F 
11 Wilson Hardy 

Madison Av Ends 
16 Powell Myrtie L Mrs 
18 Coges George 
20 Nickolos Dodys 

Dooly Victor 
22 Brooks Ernest W 
24 Flynn Catherine S Mrs 
27 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

31 Duffey Belle Mrs 

32 McDuffie Robert A 
37 Brooks Francis M 
41 Brooks Charles B 
62 Cooledge F J & Son 

A <V \\ P II II Intersects 

C of Ga R R Intersects 

Sou Ry Intersects 



I CATHERINE, from Stewart av 
w to Allene av, 3 s of Pearce 



|CENTER, from 54 W 15th n to W 
Peachtree, changed to Ruggles 

CENTER (Edgewood), from 
Hardee s to city limits, 1 e of 
Moreland av 



CENTRE (Cook's District) 



19 Burnett Earley G 
23 Ball Alphonzo 
25 Shields John A 



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James Lawrence A 
Darden William H 
Blackburn Benjamin B 
Burgess Robert 

Emmett Intersects 
Lynch Av Intersects 
Calhoun Intersects 
Ferguson Reuben H 
Couey Jeffries D 
Burge, James H 
Adamson Albert A 
Burge J Leonard 

Ethel Intersects 
Williams Augustus N 
Herndon William 
Sentell John H 
Howell Clark 
Hollums William B 
Brooks John W 
Craven Daniel A 
Cunningham Frederick J 
105 Centre St M E Church 
Ogletree James L 
Chastain George L Rev 
McKibben Hulsey L 
Bailiff Gideon T 
Poss William L 
Howder George R 
Harris John W 
Burg John W 
Jones Maggie M Mrs 
Sneed John A 
Braun Carl 
Huff Walter E 
Ireland Eugene 
Rice John H 
Jackson Alfred M 
Murphy James P 
Blackwell Grady S 



CENTER HILL, located 5% 
miles out on river car line, 
also on Mayson & Turner road 



CENTRAL AV, from 61 Decatur 
s to Dodd av, 1 e of Pryor, 
paved with granite blocks from 
Decatur to Rawson, macadam 
from Rawson to Dodd av, sew- 
erage and water throughout 
2 Brown Charles S 
2% Jackson Pan! P 

Porters Exchange Hotel 

4 Wyatt Charles E (c) 
4V 2 Clayton & Co 

Pughsley Tobias P (c) 

5 Sevelovitz Charles 

6 F & H Jewelry Co 

6y 2 Fambro Ernest H (c) 

7 Hardee Korsie C 
7% Jackson William A 
S Pace Solomon E (c) 
9 Smith John 

10-12 Stephens & Mamos 
10y 2 Ottawa Hotel (c) 
11 Cohen Samuel 
Benista Jacob 
12% Lee George 

Wall Ends 

13 Abraham George 
Benista Morano 

14 Crown Tailoring Co 
Central Theatre (c) 

16 Atlanta Furniture Mfrs Corp 
18 Christopher Ambrose B 
20 Gramling-Spalding Co 
22 Southern Photo Material Co 
24 Silvey-Smith Hat Co 



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E. D. CRANE & CO. 

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26 Saul Bros 


176 


Wilson George M 


30 Dinkins-Davidson Hdw Co 


178 


Love Walter M 


(in .1 1- A \ l( II Interitectit 




I'lilllnm Ends 


36-40 Atlanta Joint Terminals 




Gurnett Ends 


Georgia R R Freight Depot 


181 


Greek Christian Church 


L & N R R 


184 


McKeown Bessie Mrs 


A & W P R R 


185 


Theodocian Charles 


40 Browder-Manget Co 


189 


Canup Jefferson P 


Alabama Endtt 




Fair Intersects 


43 Blanton & Co 


204 


Gamble Luther A 


43 y 2 Holmes Green M (c) 


206 


Rush John E 


45 Stuart E B & Co 


207 


Dozier Woody 


Kcnnfjs Alley End» 


208 


Ruppersburg John 


47-49 Coker Banking Co 


210 


Evans Catherine Mrs 


Hall J H Waste Co 


211 


Lynch Hugh J 


49% Vacant Sept 24, 1912 


213 


Griffin Emma Mrs 


51-53 Fain Luther H 


214 


Stringfellow Joseph R 


Dollar C A 


216 


Framwell Frank M 


51% Wright Andrew (c) 


218 


Crockett Edward Y 


53 Fain L Howell 


221 


Hoover Harry H 


55 Hayes & Reid 


222 


Bell John O 


57 Hayes & VonReeden 


223 


Henderson John P 


66 Crescent News & Hotel Co 


224 


Jones Mattie Mrs 


68 City Messenger & B Co 


225 


Ruskin Samuel M 


59 Vacant Oct 19, 1912 


226 


Hazan Isaac 


60% Daher Moses 


227 


Forman Howard V 


70-72 Moore George 


228 


Grover Mary Mrs 


71 Central Av M E Church (c) 


229 


Morris Major W 


Hunter Intersects 


230 


Phillips John E 


80 Immaculate Conception Ch 


231 


Meehan Edward P 


81 Hamilton Lula (c) 


232 


McGinnis Willie Mrs 


85 Smith Mattie Mrs 


233 


McGaughy George W 


86 Telegram Publishing Co 




Woodward Av Intersects 


87 McDonough James 


234 


McDonald Thomas C 


90-4 Richards S P Co, The 


236 


Willink Annie Mrs 


91 McConnell S E & Co 


237 


Martina Jennie Mrs 


95 Franklin Charles D 


238 


Autry Mary Mrs 


98 Lovett Grant (c) 


239 


Smith Frances Mrs 


99 Benjamin-Ozburn Co 


240 


Sherman Abraham 


105 Poulos James 


242 


McCullough John F 


Mitchell Intersects 


243 


Camp Thomas 


114% Georgia Deutsche Zietung 


247 


Hall James O 


116-18 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


249 


Munday Rosalie V Mrs 


117-19 Parian Paint Co 


251 


Outcault Walter P 


Sou Paint & Varnish Wks 


254 


Vacant Sept 20, 1912 


122 Dorman Annie Mrs 


256 


Vacant Sept 20, 1912 


123 Atlanta Tile Co 




Raniion Intersects 


125 Tyler Guy E 


267 


Ellis Robert W 


127-29 Darby Building 


271 


Daniel N Minis 


Western Newspaper Union 


275 


Cole Joseph B 


Piedmont Printing Co 


276 


Vacant Sept 20, 1912 


Ault & Wiborg Co 


277 


Martin Henry A 


131 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 


278 


Constangy Gustav 


Trinity Av Intersects 


280 


Bailey Frank 


141 Withers Author A 


281 


Williams John D 


143 Johnson Lettie (c) 


282 


Eplan Solomon B 


143% Jones Russell H (c) 


283 


Jacobs Jacob 


145 Piedmont Laundry Co 


285 


Jacobs Isadore 


148 Ayres Wm D 


286 


Reynolds Cornelia Miss 


Newsome Ruby Mrs 


287 


Gordon Isaac B 


Derricott, Frank 


288 


Vacant Sept 20, 1912 


153 Vacant Oct 1, 1912 


289 


Quarles David 


154 Hernandez Charles A 


291 


Brown Thomas J 


156 Underdonk Charles W 


292 


Barnett Marcus V 


157 Vacant Nov 5, 1912 


293 


Northern Thomas A 


159 Holland Fannie M Mrs 


294 


Horton Haywood W 


160 Barham John R 


295 


Coleman William F 


162 Spencer Sales Co 


296 


Kaplan George A 


163 Kelly Mary C Mrs 


298 


Austern Albert A 


164 Fulton Co Detention Home 


299 


Gomez George P 


167 Drake Mattie L Mrs 


302 


Cohen Joseph 


168 Kenney Elizabeth E Miss 


305 


Elson Philip 


Abrams Mathes 


306 


Eplan Alonzo 


169 Cargill Jennie Mrs 


307 


Moore William A 


171 McLaughlin George T 


309 


Wood Ethel Mrs 


172 Wilson Joseph L 


310 


Bowen Henry W 


174 Dickson Nannie Miss 


311 


Splvack Israel 


Griffeth Mary O Mrs 


312 


Davis William A 




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CENTRAL AV — Cont'd 

313 Ballinger Walter 

314 Robbins John P 

315 Cohen Samuel Rev 

316 Reynolds William H 

Alice Intersects 

318 Central Av Ice Crm Parlor 

319 Poison Francis M 

320 Cohen Samuel 

320 y 2 Redding- Walter (c) 

321 Sater Simon 

323 Lester William F 

328 Stone Harry 

329 Cohen Mendel 

330 Norton Nazareth 

331 Sanders Isaac 

332 Griggs Minor L 

333 Gailmard Paul R 

334 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

335 Jacobs Max 

336 Clein Esther Mrs 

342 Unger Bernard 

343 Wheeler William T 

344 Hirman Fannie Mrs 

346 Levin Jacob 

347 Asbury Henry N 

348 Polier Benjamin 

349 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

350 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

351 Sugarman Louis M 

352 Felma Minnie Mrs 

353 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

356 Hodges William B 

357 Brooks Sarah Mrs 
360 Robertson James E 

363 Odell Neviel C 

364 Lemming Samuel L 

365 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

Richardson Intersects 

367 Rosenfeld Moses 

368 Vacant Sept' 19, 1912 

369 Vacant Sept 18, 19 12 

370 Levetan Bros 

371 Duncan Alexander B Dr 
374 Smullyan Philip H 

378 Denise Peter E 

379 Moon Pleasant L Dr 

382 Wiley William E 

383 Saul David 

386 Holland William S 

387 Bishop Thomas L 

388 Beerman Gustave 

389 McClair Mandes D 

390 Finkelstein Jacob 

393 Toney George W 

394 Roark Robert C 

395 Boaz Herman 

396 Harrington Susie Mrs 

399 Baker Henry H 

400 Chester William E 

Crumley Intersects 

401 Weems George C 

402 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

404 Gavin Kate Miss 

405 Spencer Neal W 
407 Bernard Julius M 

410 Weinmaster Oscar M 

411 Long Cicero E 

412 Dixon Robert E 

415 Brady John D 

416 Petree Elbert T 
418 Johnston David W 
421 Brown George G 

423 Cunningham Edward E 

425 Norman Margaret Mrs 

428 Foster William H 

431 Holcomb Philo 

432 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 



435 Nussmann George Rev 

436 Deihl Albert L 

439 Metts Leslie V 

440 Harris Clifford T 

441 Engine Co No 9 

442 Smith Hendrick A 

Glenn Intersects 

445 DeLoach Samuel T 

446 Langford Richard 

447 McFadden Sarah E Mrs 

449 Rogers Thomas E 

450 Price L B Mrs 

452 Allen Egbert E 

453 Parmelee Charles L 

454 Douglas Osborne 

457 McDaniel Homer L 

458 Berman Julius 

466 Rosenfeld Benjamin 

Georgia Av Intersects 

484 Monaghan Edward C 

485 Wells Lee L 

487 Adams John Q 

488 Wiley David L 

491 Carlton George R 

492 Cumbea James E 

494 Barfield Alonzo A 

495 Tarver John V 

499 Freeman William R 

500 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

502 Wilson Martha A 

Bass Intersects 

503 Haynie Nannie Mrs 

506 Copeland Hugh 

507 Nelson Thomas J 

512 Bragg Lark S 

513 Jennings John D 
515 Johnston Charles T 

519 Stallings James W 

520 Westerman Christian C 

522 Mathews David R 

523 Carlisle Reid I 

526 Agricola Herman A 

527 Warner Amanda D 

528 Pierson Joseph W 

529 Johnston William D 

530 Pruitt George W 
534 Florence Frances B 
536 Haynie Cora H Mrs 
543 Baumrind Max 

545 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

546 Rudisill Pmkney H 

548 Johnson Charles 

549 Chambers Martha A Mrs 

552 Brown Arthur B 

553 Moore Charles E 

557 Manoe Frederick C 

558 Hucks Caroline Mrs 
560 Agricola Charles 

565 Johnson John W 

566 Redwine Andrew J 

567 Meier Joseph 

568 Lowndes Albert P 
570 Oxford George T 



CENTRAL AV (Edgewood), 

changed to Lowrey 



CENTRAL PLACE, from 151 E 
Hunter to 60 Capitol av, 1 w 
of Fraser, paved with granite 
block, sewerage and water 

throughout 

55 Lawhon Pressing Club 

57 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

64 Etzie Cassie Mrs 

65 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

66 Flemming James E 
68 Moore Mary E Mrs 



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69 McGill John H 

70 Keown Mary Miss 

72 Coleman Ollie C 

73 Cox Winnie Mrs 

76 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 
80 Venable Daniel H 
82 Huffman William D 

Cravens Alley Begins 
88 Williams John W 
90 Hunt W Howard 
98 Gross Morris B 
98% Vacant Sept 4, 1912 
100 Stonkin Israel 



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22 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
24 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
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e to 66 N Boulevard, 1 s of 
Edgewood av, paved with mac- 
adam 
1 Frizzell William H 
5 Upchurch Mary A Mrs 
9 Wiley Marshall O 
17 Evans George C (c) 
19 Liberty Baptist Church (c) 

30 Craddock Maggie (c) 

31 Finch George W (c) 

Jaekson Intersects 
34-A Jones Mattie (c) 
34-B Yarbrough James (c) 
34-C Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

35 Shy Mattie (c) ' 

36 Daniel Mary (c) 

39 Brown Maude (c) 

40 Howard Samuel (c) 
43 Sansom James J (c) 

47 Young G W (c) 

48 Brown Carrie (c) 
48-A Clay Mattie (c) 

50 Collier Charles (c) 
50-A Johnson Jack (c) 

51 Williams Maggie (c) 

Fitzgerald Intersects 
54 Allen Ollie (c) 

56 Dunn Pinkey (c) 
56-A Jackson Bessie (c) 
56-B Walker Robert (c) 

57 Ross Gertrude (c) 

59 Bennett Moses S (c) 

60 Seals Gilbert (c) 

63 Clark Daisey (c) 

64 Young Luther (c) 

65 Stroud John A (c) 

66 Little Edward (c) 

67 Allen Annie (c) 

67% Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

68 Heard Mamie (c) 

69 Bowen Hattie (c) 
69% Marshall George (c) 

70 Googer Minnie (c) 

71 Rogers Homer (c) 
71% Wright William (c) 

72 Colclough Joseph C Rev (c) 



CHAPEL, from 47 Nelson at 
Junction of Elliott s w to Ella, 
1 w of Walker, paved with 
granite block from Nelson to 
Mangum, macadam from Man- 
gum to Ella, sewerage from 
Elliott to Henry, water 
throughout 



5 Pritchett Mark R 
9 Malone Thomas R 
15 Smith Drury W 

24 Adair Rufus L 

25 Nolan John M 

Elliott Intersects 

32 Hetherton W Sanford 

33 Hilley David W 

34 Fincher Bascom L 

35 Gilbert Thomas D 

36 Ward Lloyd B 

37 Varney Arthur B 

38 Hughes Charles T 

39 Sauret Jesse 

41 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
Mangum Intersects 
57 Nolan Porter (c) 
59 Wilson Lucy (c) 
61 Smith Alice (c) 
63 Shields Scilla (c) 
63-A Orr Jerry (c) 
63-B Davis Lucy (c) 
63-C Reid Mattie (c) 

65 Shakespeare Hampton (c) 

66 Dunn Caroline (c) 

67 Holt Clara (c) 

67-A Richardson Abbie (c) 

68 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

69 Smith Mary (c) 

70 Empire Boarding Stables 

71 Holloway Allen (c) 

Mnrkham Intersects 

87 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

88 Thompson Wright R 

Haynes Intersects 
S9 Jones John (c) 

94 Butler Dennis (c) 

95 Ruden Israel 

96 Fielder Joshua (c) 

98 Rainey Benjamin (c) 

99 King Robert (c) 
100 Payton Leila (c) 

102 Thrasher Delia (c) 

103 Spinks Maggie L Mrs 

104 Thompson James (c) 

105 Williams Ross (c) 

106 McGee James (c) 
106-A Moton Amy (c) 

107 Williams John (c) 
110 Butler Eliza (c) 
110-A Cotton Fanny (c) 

Davis Begins 
111-13 Franklin Louis 
112 Wilson Ella (c) 

115 Hill William (c) 

116 Smith Ernest (c) 

119 Flemister Solomon (c) 

120 Jones Fanny (c) 
125 Weeden Mary (c) 
129 Stiggis Roy (c) 

Tattnall Intersects 
131 Frank Jacob 
133 Akridge George W 

Oxford Floyd W 
137 Suttles James L 
141 Hav Lonnie C 
145 Phillips Carl M 

Collier Begins 
Nelson Ends 
147 Tyson Blanchard W 
151 Martin Thomas M 
159 Thayer Frank L 

Stonewall Intersects 
163 Batchelor William C 

165 Modlin Nathan O 

166 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

170 Goldstein Hyman H 

171 Cain Sion R 



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i i 2 VV right G Benjamin 

175 Thomas Rufus E 

176 Martin George 

179 Carson Benjamin B 

180 Pittman Newton E 
183 Travis James T 
185 Southern Dairy Co 
187 Price C Harles 

189 Colonial Cash Grocery Co 

193 Humphries S Jackson 
Fair Intersects 

194 Smith John G 
196 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

198 Pair Whit H 

199 Ewing John W 

201 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

202 Holt John R 
Parks John W 

203 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

205 Jones J Edgar 

206 Fair John P 

207 Brown Ernest E 
209% Echols Allen (c) 
211 Smith Monroe M 
215 Saunders Wesley 

Larkln Intersects* 
223 Dobbs Thomas W 

225 Ray Charles S Dr 

226 Miles George 
230 Montgomery Harry B 
234 Baer Ella Mrs 

Trenholm Ends 
237 Love David (c) 
241 Hogan Peter F (c) 
243 Slater Ida (c) 
245 Cash Lizzie (c) 

247 Smoot James W (c) 

248 Head Martha (c) 

249 Bridger Richard M (c) 

252 Jenkins Spencer J (c) 

253 Ector Sarah (c) 

256 Hatfield George W (c) 

257 Johnson Robert 

259 Turner Owen (c) 

260 Daniel Matti* tc) 

261 Howard Henry (c) 
263 Thomas Bertha (c) 

265 McClary Thomas (c) 

266 Sharp Minerva (c) 

267 Lyons Jennie (c) 

268 Newes Sweetie (c) 

269 White Mattie (c) 

270 Streets Pearl (c) 

271 Bowen Joseph (c) 

273 Cooper Nancy (c) 

274 Beck Oliver (c) 

275 Williams Lewis (c) 

276 Wolfe Harry (c) 

McDanlel End* 

277 Whitfield Elias (c) 

278 Hutchinson Emma (c) 
278-A Tucker Delia (c) 

279 Harris William A (c) 

280 Rivers Judge (c) 
280-A Kemp Ellen (c) 

281 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
282-A Curtis George (c) 
282-B Gilbert Archie (c) 

Chapel Alley Begins 

283 Bowen Lettie (c) 

284 Guice Robert (c) 
284-A Thomas Harry (c) 

285 Louteller Willie (c) 

286 Stafford Primus (c) 
286-A Pittman Edward (c) 

287 Stephens Benjamin (c) 
287-A Banks Mary (c) 



288 Bowers Jafe B (c) 
288-A Jefferson Emma (c) 

289 Thrasher Wiley (c) 

Holland Begins 

290 Barrett Ella (c) 
290-A Lane Massie (c) 
295 Jones Lon C (c) 
295% Cobb Wesley (c) 
296-A Armstrong Lillie (c) 
296-B Barnett Marion (c) 
298 Howard George (c) 
29S-A Smith Gussie (c) 

301 Armstrong Jeremiah (c) 
301% Hudson Pink (c) 
303 Owens Hortense (c) 

303 y 2 Howard Willis (c) 

304 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

305 Johnson Lydia (c) 

305 V 2 Jordan Jesse (c) 

306 Simpson Archie (c) 
306-A Wiggins Lula (c) 

307 Bridges Henry (c) 
307% Dixon Alexander (c) 

309 Mitchell Rebecca (c) 

310 Smith Gertrude (c) 
310% McCan Anna (c) 

312 Wilson Prince (c) 
312% Lewis Viola (c) 

313 Davenport Viola (c) 

314 Wright Sloan (c) 
314% Simmons Octavia (c) 

315 Camp John (c) 

316 Davis William 

316% Thomas William (c) 

317 Moon Julius (c) 

318 Atwater Mack (c) 
318% Priestly Geneva (c) 

319 Wadley Charles (c) 

320 Washington Mamie (c) 

321 Butler Alice (c) 

335 Holliday George M (c) 

Humphries Intersects 

336 Jones Alexander (c) 

337 Justice Major (c) 

Leonard Intersects 
347 Howard George (c) 
351 Harris Lizzie (c) 
351-A Adams Charles (c) 
353 Holland Pauline (c) 
357 Mitchell Sallie (c) 

359 Barnett Edna (c) 

360 Brown Lucy (c) 

361 Dupree Carrie (c) 

362 Scott Jane (c) 

363 Kimball Mollie (c) 

364 Foster Etta (c) 

365 Kendall Milton C Rev (c) 
367 Pateet William (c) 

369 Beal Georgia (c) 
371 Mann Odessa (c) 
373 Smith Lillian (c) 
375 Tiller Wiley (c) 

377 Conice Kittie (c) 

378 Jinks Alice (c) 

379 Campbell Queen (c) 

380 Greene Lula (c) 

381 Berry Minerva (c) 

382 Finley Ida (c) 

383 Johnson Dora (c) 
385 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
387 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

389 Stokes Annie (c) 

390 Turner Fannie (c) 

391 Mitchell Savannah (c) 

392 Adams Emma (c) 

393 Williams Katherine (c) 

394 Daniel John (c) 

395 Thomas William (c) 



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396 Cotton Addie (c) 
396-A Smith Vine (c) 
399 Harris Florence (c) 

Bennett Alley Begins 

401 Cofield Sallie (c) 
403 Bailey John (c) 
405 Taylor John (c) 
407 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
409 Durden Eugene (c) 
411 Mitchell Sophia (c) 
413 Burks Robert (c) 
415 McGinnis Samuel (c) 
417 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
419 Butler Hattie (c) 
421 Zachery Linton (c) 
423 Priddy Jesse (c) 



CHAPEL 

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CHAPEL, IV (Cook's District), 
from 58 W Hunter n to Mason 
and Turners Ferry road 



CHAPEL 

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CHARLESTON AV, Lakewood 
Heights 



CHASTAIKTOWN, bounded by 
Hemphill av, Sou Ry and How- 
ell Mill rd, surrounding Pump- 
ing Station No 2 



CHAST1JVE, from 
Kalb 



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CHATHAM, from Moreland av e 
to Daley av, 4 n of DeKalb av 
sewerage throughout 
24 Smith Nancy E Mrs 
35 Tommius William W 
43 Chapman George W 
56-74 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
71-75 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
79 Selkirk James M . 
83 Gould Charles W Dr 
86 Terrell Charles J 



CHATTAHOOCHEE AV, from 
Howell Mill rd and S A L n w 
on Marietta car line 



CHENEYS STATION (East Point") 
on College Park car line 



CHEROKEE, north and south, lo- 
cated in Peachtree Heights 
Park 



CHEROKEE AV, from 527 E 
Fair s to A & W P Belt Line 
R R, w boundary of L P Grant 
Park, paved with macadam 
from Fair to Ormond, sewerage 
from Fair to Vanira, and 
water from Fair to Atlanta av 
17 Painter James C 
19 Hubbard Julius A 
Woodward Av Intersects 

47 Gardner Grafton W Dr 

48 Storey Lessie B 

53 Williams Martha Mrs 

56 Wiggins Bunyan W 

57 Mitchell James M 

59 Dodd Asa M 

60 Allen George W Jr 



64 Hill Eugene D 

65 Floyd Richard M 
69 Fallin George L 

Bryan Intersects 

72 Gibson Ernest B 

75 Steel Frederick B 

76 Astin Samuel T 

77 Boyd Delia Mrs 

78 Kay John R 

81 Buchanan James F 
84 Foote Laura E Mrs 
89 Jones Annie Miss 

94 Turner William M 

95 Alcutt William L 

96 Johnson August 
99 Bull Warren B 

100 Greene George W 
103 Rose William J 

105 Dennard Robert L 

Glennwood Intersects 

106 Rossignal Samuel K 
109 Crumbly James A 
114 Shelor Susan A Mrs 

117 Lemmon Christopher T 

118 Harwell Aaron H 

119 Allen Charles F 

122 Ragsdale Charles M 

126 Mitcham J Samuel 

Sydney Intersects 

127 Bell Jefferson T 

129 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
131 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
135 O'Neal Rosa Mrs 

140 Barber Howard D 

141 Barford Frank R 
Cannon Claud C 

143 Wellborn Marion A 

144 Clark John T 

145 Leamon John B 
155 Shannon David L 
161 Rogers Sidney H 
165 Robertson John T 
169 Mulcahy James 
173 Couch Maxie G 
177 Braswell Albert A 
1S1 W T arren James E 
185 Jones Arthur B 
189 Gatlin Charles C 

Orleans Ends 
219 Vernoy William A 
MHledge Ends 
225 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
227 Buchman Jacob 
239 Riordan William J 
241 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
247 Meiere Ernest J 
251 Humphries William A 
Cherokee Place Ends 
257 Henderson William H 
259 Hannah Francis O 
261 Allen William T 
265 Jernigan Walter A 
267 Miselhorn William H 

Georgia Av Ends 
303 Smith Glenn M 

Pavilion Ends 
309 Thomas Henry C 
313 Crawford Andrew W 
319 Stansbury Martha L Mrs 
321 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
325 Harling Edwin L 
333 Davison T Callahan Dr 
335 Poole William J 
Bass Ends 
347 Turnipseed Edward T 
351 Pelot Benjamin H 
355 Lichtenwalter Frank H 
361 Clayton George A 



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CHEROKEE AV — Cont'd 
367-369 Stockton Flats 

Woodside Norman W 

Manning J Arthur 

Holman Ella Mrs 
373-375 Word Thomas M 
Entrance to L P Grant Park 
Augusta Av Ends 
383 Moore William F 

Moore William G 
385 Lowe Warner P 
389 Dobbs Ellison A 
397 Sage John C 
401 Lewis Cam J 

South Av Ends 
415 Oldknow William H 
419 Wilson William N 
421 Clayton Thomas A Jr 
425 Murphy William P 
435 Patterson James A 
459 Askew A Copeland 
467 Williams Robert J 
Ormond Ends 
473 Moses Charles L 
477 Hudson William N 
481 Smith Frederick V L 
485 Fulford James H 
492 Williams William R 
497 Sanitarium De Truax 
509 Mullane Jerry 

Atlanta Av Intersects 
511 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
519 Jones William H 

Vanira Ends 
525 Hauser Rebecca M Mrs 



CHEROKEE PLACE (formerly 
part of Glenn), from 582 Gar- 
den, e to Cherokee av, sewer- 
age from Connally to Hill and 
Grant to Cherokee av, paved 
with chert throughout 



CHERRY, from 165 W North av 

n to 8th, 1 e of Plum 
2 Homer Alexander J 
6 Clinkscales W Thomas 

10 Williamson John H 

16 Byerly William J 

18 Randall Paul H 

22 Morris Lawrence L 

26 Neri Contento F 

Kimball Intersects 

28 Technology Shops 

50 Tech Dormitory 

52 Scott Harry 

56 Beacham Claude R 

57 Elder Jesse T 

Third Intersects 

58 Simms Rosa L Mrs 

61 Boyle O O 

62 Williams James H 

63 Martindale Edward B 
66 Cannon Baxter F 



70 Hill Henry J 

72 Ashford Burton 

73 Schenck Ernest M 

74 Walker William B 

76 Walker John E 

77 Sloan John L 

81 Lovelace Joseph W 
85 Quillian Lake 

91 Foster James (c) 

92 Foster Emma (c) 



CHERRY, from Milton Smith av 
w to Cascade av, 1 n of Beech- 
er 



CHERRY, from Oglethorpe, s to 
Beecher, 1 w of Lee 



CHERRY ALLEY, from 81 Evans 
w one block 



CHERRY AV, changed to Barnes 

CHESHIRE BRIDGE ROAD, ad- 
dress mail "Atlanta R F D 4" 



CHESTNUT, from 193 Greensfer- 
ry av n to Exposition Mills, 2 
w of Sunset av, paved with 
chert from Greensferry av to 
Hunter, water from Greens- 
ferry av to Carter and John 
to Kennedy, sewerage Jones av 
to Pelham and Hunter to Car- 
ter 
6 Grimes Frank B (c) 
8 Morris Rosa (c) 
10 Goodlett Elford (c) 
14 Granton George (c) 
16 Bugg Jordan N (c) 
18 Bailey Anna (c) 

Columbus Av Begins 
20 Crawford Dock D Rev (c) 
72 Smith John (c) 

74 Culwell Joseph (c) 

75 Atlanta Bap College (c) 

Fair Intersects 

76 Black Thomas (c) 

77 Blackman Robert (c) 

78 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

79 Alexander Taylor (c) 

80 Pitts Mattie (c) 

81 Shank Charles D (c) 

82 Person George W (c) 

83 Faver Robert (c) 

84 Smith Frank (c) 
86 Barnes James (c) 
88 Simpson Alfred (c) 
90 Hayes James (c) 
92 Gordon George (c) 
94 Ellott Primrose (c) 
96 Johnson Charles (c) 
98 Vacant Sept 6 1912 

100 Starr William <c) 
102 Turnipseed William fc) 
104-A Arnold Augustus G (c) 
104-B Wilson Neal (c) 

106 Conn J B & L S (c> 

107 Williams Morgan (c) 
118 Grier Allen (c) 

Parsons Intersects 
120 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
122 Aderhold Wade (c) 
124 Greenwood William H (c) 
126 Whitaker William H (c) 

130 Bonham Harper (c) 

131 Martin Richard J (c) 

132 Bryant Henry (c) 



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338 


Langster John D Rev (c) 


135 


Oliver Prince (c) 


346 


Smith Amanda (c) 


136 


Williams Lillian (c) 


348 


Hunt William (c) 




Beekwith Intersects 




Spencer Intersects 


142 


Powell Winfred (c) 


358 


Maddox Duncan (c) 


146 


Heard Josephine (c) 
Wallace Edward B Dr (c) 


360 


Burkes Albert (c) 


150 


362 


Vacant Sept 13, 1912 


154 


Horton Charles (c) 




Thurmond Intersects 


160 


Gullins David G (c) 


372 


Lampkin James (c) 


168 


Houston William (c) 


402 


Smith Eugene (c) 


172 


Austell Nixon (c) 


406 


Smith Mitchell (c> 


176 


Childs Susie (c) 


410 


Summerlin Georgia (c) 




Mitchell Intersects 


414 


Grey Daniel (c) 


178 


Jones Benjamin F (c) 


416 


Brown James (c) 


182 


King Georgia S (c) 


418 


Vacant Sept 13, 1912 


188 


Vacant Sept 6 1912 


420 


Parks Frederick (c) 


196 


Elliott Sherman E (c) 


424 


Daniel George (c) 


206 


McLemore James S (c) 


432 


Spivey George W (c) 


208 


Stone Frank (c) 


445 


Morrison Laura A Mrs 


210 


Daniel Samuel (c) 




Simpson Intersects 


212 


Ferris Zachery (c) 


450 


Mays John W 




Hunter Intersects 


452 


Vacant Sept 14, 1912 


221 


Dorsey James (c) 


454 


Upshaw Abraham G 


222 


-A Ross Perry (c) 


490 


Matthews Frederick (c) 


223 


Thomas Geneva (c) 




Jones Av Ends 


224 


Mapp Thaddeus H (c) 




Proctor Begins 


225 


Simmons Samuel (c) 


492 


Alford Robert F 


225 


-A Stroyer James (c) 


493 


Stroupe Charles C 


225 


-B Greer Leroy (c) 


495 


Kidd Thomas N 


227 


Luke George (c) 


496 


Vacant Sept 14, 1912 


229 


Turner Sarah (c) 


497 


Vacant Sept 14, 1912 


230 


McAfee William G (c) 


499 


Vining Lecie D Mrs 


231 


Henson John (c) 


503 


Brown George W 


234 


Gresham Isham (c) 


504 


Stanley Thomas W 


235 


St Mark M E Church (c) 


510 


Denton Edgar H 


238 


Dickson Asbury (c) 




Neal Intersects 


239 


Williams Joseph (c) 


532 


Johnson Lonnie F 


240 


Randolph Andrew (c) 


536 


Livingston Benjamin H 


241 


Vacant Sept 23, 1912 


538 


Belcher Starnes V 


244 


Roberson Arthur (c) 


540 


Pyron H Madison 


244- 


-A Thomas Richard (c) 


542 


Ariail William T 


245 


Keith Perry A (c) 


543 


Lumpkin John (c) 


246 


Schmitt Thomas (c) 


547 


Hildebrand Larkin L 


246 


-A Vacant Sept 9, 1912 


551 


Pratt James 


247- 


•A Copeland Joseph (c) 


555 


Vacant Sept 16,' 1912 


247- 


■B Lee Eula (c) 


571 


Hill Moses (c) 


249 


King Harry 


572 


Golden Jackson B Dr 


252 


James William (c) 




Jett Intersects 


254 


Sherwood Herod (c) 


573 


Hughes William 


255 


Glass John (c) 


576 


Caldwell Eldridge F 


257 


Holt James (c) 


578 


Bowden James E 


258 


Hill John L (c) 


580 


Henry William J 


260 


Sheper Louie 


:.xi 


Williams Andrew D Dr 




Carter Intersects 


582 


Faust Gustav A 


262 


Elder Romeo W (c) 


583 


Western Heights Bapt Ch 


264 


Roberts Ira '(c) 


584 


Redd John A 


268 


Lave Cynthia (c) 


586 


Ariail William T 


270 


Bowman Lorenza D (c) 


587 


Western Heights Bapt Ch 


273 


Haynes William 




Kennedy Intersects 


274 


Gresham Dennis (c) 


592 


Owl Pharmacy 


277 


Jackson Benjamin (c) 


598 


McCoy Leonora Mrs 


278 


Westbrooks Charles (c) 


600 


Tolbert Mattie I Mrs 


279 


Brantingham Charles 


601- 


A Vacant Sept 13. 1912 


287 


Williams Mattie (c) 


601- 


B Camp G Watson 




>I:iuiioM:i Ends 


602 


McMaster Vernie Mrs 


289- 


A Thomas Mary (c) 


604 


Cooper Columbus A 


289- 


B Evans James (c) 


605 


DuPree W Arthur 


312 


Blakenship Augustus (c) 


606 


Froehlich Nathan 


315 


Couch William (c) 


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Cochran Edward L 


316 


Vacant Sept 7, 1912 


608 


Day Jeremiah H 


317 


Crawford William M (c) 


609 


Ireland John C 


320 


Rowzee John F 




Meldrum Ends 


323 


Zelner Susie (c) 


610 


Foster Thomas I 


324 


Tracy Frank (c) 


612 


Owen William B 


327 


Hardnett Robert H (c) 


614 


Reynolds Caroline Mrs 


329 


Bailey Lee 


6 1 5 


Harris John 


333 


Chambers John W (c) 


616 


Smith R Cleveland 




Foundry Intersects 


617 


Ferguson Nc^on D 



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CHESTNUT — Cont'd 
618 Wright Charner F 
620 Hutchins Blanton 
623 Torbush William A 

625 Buchanan Emory 

626 Fitts Falworth W 
628 Hulsey Joel H 

630 Ireland Claude 
North At Intersects 

631 Parker Charles T 

632 Vacant Sept 9 

633 Walker James W 
D'Alvigny Ends 

634 Wallace William C 

636 Costley Ernest L 

637 Dennis Green K 
640 West Joseph H 

642 Cook Charles N 

643 Howell Frank J 
646 Anderson Henry 

Pelham Intersects 
651 Burton Albert C 
655 Robinson Dock C 
657 King Patrick H 

Fox Intersects 

663 Ramsey Jesse L 

664 Hames Robert 
668 Elliott Oscar 
694 Puckett Octavia Mrs 

Bell wood Av Intersects 

696 Bradley Emma Mrs 

697 Higgins Wilford R 

698 Davis John H 

699 Bobo Charles B 

700 Higgins Addie D 

701 Jenks Robert G 
.. m n . ., nr 702 Richard Charles A 

AND LAIN DCm 703 Brantley Walter 
_~_._ ..._ 704 Martin Benjamin 
DONE WE 705 Gosnell James L 

■"• Powell Intersects 

IT 707 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
11 708 Green Walter C 

709 Sweat Charles F 

710 Shoffit Jeanette Mrs 
712 Norris Henry J 

A B & A Ry Intersects 
715 Fincher John 

717 Brown Rebecca Mrs 

718 Parker Frederick 
720 Fann Margie Mrs 

724 Casey & Son 

725 Roberson William T 
720 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
734 Whitfield William I 

737 Johnson William H 

738 Smith Joseph S 
Jefferson Intersects 

739 Harris James 

793 McGregory Beatrice Mrs 

794 Castleberry Avil Mrs 

795 O'Shields Henry H 

796 Alverson Joseph 



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CHESTNUT AV from 326 Court- 
land e to 346 Fort, 1 n of E 
Baker, sewerage from Court- 
land to Butler 
7 Fears Henry (c) 
8-A Jackson S H Rev (c) 
9 Bolton Sallie (c) 

10 King W Dee (c) 
10-A Hall Lula (c) 

11 Hogan Ella (c) 

12 Watts Elijah (c) 



13 Pharrow Lena (c) 

15 Daniel Francis (c) 

16 Drummond James (c) 
16-A Parks L Henderson (c) 

17 Coleman Alexander (c) 

18 Moon Pearl (c) 
18-A Simon Cain (c) 

19 Gibson Albert (c) 

21 Gibson Charles (c) 

22 Walker Emily (c) 

23 Britton Edward (c) 

24 Ransom Rebecca (c) 

25 Ellis Harold (c) 

25 V 2 Howard Julius (c) 

26 Richardson Hattie (c) 

27 Butts Sirlina (c) 

27 V 2 Simmons Dillie (c) 
29 Stokes Felix (c) 
29i/» Gibson Sallie (c) 

54 Stovall Walter A 

Piedmont Av Intersects 

55 Senior Zack (c) 

56 Williams Richard 
5S Echols Melvin (c) 
59 Chapman Emma (c) 

63 Stimson Willie (c) 

64 Hill Susie (c) 

66 Dozier Henrietta (c) 

67 McCree Cornelia (c) 

68 Young Thomas (c) 

70 Dawson Thomas 

71 Lindsay Ellen 

78 Lester Mattie (c) 

79 Tucker Violet (c) 

80 Simon Gabriel (c) 
82 Dorsey Addie (c) 

84 Mangum Julia 

Butler Intersects 

85 Kendrick Cora (c) 



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CHLORINE PLACE, on S Deca- 
tur car line 



CHURCH (Battle Hill), from 35 
Joe Johnson av w to Racine 
7 Church Charles IJ 

10 Cross Joseph A 
Lnngley Av Intersects 

11 Hall Thomas F 

12 Dewberry William L 
15 Shoal Jacob L 



CIRCLE (Cook's District), from 
175 Echo n to Alamo thence s 
w to Echo, 1 w of Sou Rv 
10 Davis George W 

12 Phillips Robert B 

13 Kite Lucy Mrs 

14 Dunn Grover 

15 Earnest Thomas 

16 Townsend Amanda Mrs 

17 Bishop Jonas 

18 Redd James N 

19 Tillery William 

20 Lane Orie R 

21 Vacant Sept 10. 1912 

22 Crow Joseph C 

23 Johnson James T 

24 Creamer Anna Miss 

25 Creigg Mary A Mrs 



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CLARA from 916 Marietta n w 
to Ashby, 1 s of W & A R R, 
known as Jefferson 



CLAREMOIVT AV, about 4 mi n 
on Peachtree road near Peach- 
tree Heights 



CLARK, changed to Dernell 



CLARKE, from 100 Pulliam e to 
122 Hill, pnved with granite 
block from Pulliam to Capitol 
av, Newerage from Washington 
to Crew, and Capitol av to Hill, 
water from Capitol av to Mar- 
tin 

14 Sheats Albert M 

15 Higgins Joseph A 

16 Cerniglia Joseph 
19 Sloan Frank D 

21 Tye Annie E Mrs 

Washington Intersects 
51 Phillips George D 
55 Isecoff Samuel 

Crew Intersects 
82 Blanton Joseph H 
Sutton W Hoyt 
Cupftol Av Intersects 
84 Vacant Sept 28, 1912 
113 Graham Edward (c) 
115 Harris Florence (c) 

117 Nesbit Mollie (c) 

118 Maddox George (c) 

119 Green Annie (c) 

120 Crawford John (c) 

123 Robinson James (c) 

124 Boynton Miller (c) 

126 McCoy George (c) . 

127 Allen Temple A M E Ch (c) 

Fraser Intersects 

141 Grant Tyler (c) 

142 Murray Harry (c) 

143 Hames Carrie (c) 

144 Hewey William (c) 

145 Morris David (c) 

146 Hill Edward (c) 

148 Simms King (c) 

149 Morgan Edward R (c) 

152 Andrews Eugenia (c) 

153 Porter Louise (c) 

155 Williams Deliah (c) 

156 Pullin Anna (c) 

157 Render Daniel (c) 

159 Tucker Mamie (c) 

160 Gibson Clarence (c) 

161 Matthews William (c) 

164 Brown George W (c) 

165 Jones John (c) 

166 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

167 Cooper Melissa (c) 

168 Mattox Vander (c) 

169 Smith Ida (c) 

170 Burton Carrie (c) 

172 Tolliver Dudley (c) 

173 Map William (c) 

176 Scott Charles (c) 

177 Stark Jennie D (c) 

178 Watson John (c) 

179 Ford William M (c) 

180 Pleasant Robert B (c) 
183 Miller Robert J (c) 
185 Wyatt Charles (c) 

Martin Intersects 
197 Fowler Willis (c) 
199 Sanders Eliza (c) 



200 Jackson John (c) 

201 Keeton Calvin (c) 

203 Johnson Lela (c) 

204 Washburn Milton (c) 

205 Echols Frank (c) 
205-A Davidson James (c) 

207 Robinson Lee (c) 

208 Robinson Moses (c) 
208-A Mims Ambrose (c) 

209 Smith Fred (c) 

210 Croft William (c) 

211 Wrackley John H (c) 

212 Anderson Ella (c) 
212-A Williams Max (c) 
212-B Anderson Lucy (c) 
212-C Anderson John (c) 
212-D Ogletree Anna (c) 

213 Murphy Henery (c) 
215 Merritt Clarence (c) 
215-A Yervy James (c) 

217 Floyd John (c) 
217-A Barnes Bettie (c) 

218 Hill Lola B (c) 
220 Turner Martha (c) 
221-A Lifford James (c) 
221-B Reid Lottie (c) 

222 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

223 Poytress Nathan (c) 
223-A Welch Henderson (c) 
225 Bolten John (c) 

227 Herden Margaret (c) 
229 Peterson Mathews (c) 
231 Walker Jemina (c) 

233 Clark Thomas (c) 

234 Smith Sally (c) 

Connally Intersects 

252 Goldstein Samuel 

253 Coppage Richard V 

254 Mackin Chalmers 
257 Davies Sidney G 

Kelly Intersects 
263 Humphreys Nathaniel N 

268 Jernigan Paul B Jr 

269 Joy Andrew J 

270 Ellett Littleton H 
275 West A Howard 



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CLAY (Edgewood), from DeKalb 
av s to E Fair, 1 e of Mayson 



CLAYTON (Cook's District), 

from 257 Hemphill av, e to 
State, 2 n of 5th 
11 Huff Jacob E 
14 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
16 Payne Noah W 



CLEBURNE AV, from Moreland 
and Euclid avs, n w to Wil- 
liams Mill rd, sewerage and 
■water throughout 
9-11 Echols Dorsey L 

18 Simmons John D 

19 Stone Ida Mrs 

21 Coles William C 

22 Buchanan John A 

38 Reid Lillian H Mrs 

39 Adams W Hunter 

41 Perry Erwin 

42 Phillips Robert L 

47 Strickland Charles V 
50 Gilreath Frank C 
56 Moncrief Stephen I 
61 Bass Hubbard G 
63 Smith Leslie F 



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CLEBURNE AV — Cont'd 
64 Palmer Howard E 

Sinclair Av Knds 
67 Roane Marvin P 
75 Smith William T 

Hume Intersects 
83 Roberts Stewart R Dr 
87 McClure Charles W 
89 Bryant James W 

Severne Av Begins 
95 Little Robert C 
99 Moreland Adeline C Mrs 
103 Snooks Peyton H 
tl4 Stewart Pughsley A 
124 Hayes Robert S 
127 Gosnell Wilson A 
131 Willing-ham Charles B Jr 
130-132 Berry George L 

Highland Av Intersects 
155 Le Conte James A 
159 Shelor Edgar B 
163 Tompkins Nelson C 

Miranda Av Intersects 

169 Vail Mary V Mrs 

170 Rhudy William A 

171 McKinley Duncan 

173 Cabaniss Georgia Miss 

174 Niebuhr Louis C 

175 Hollowell Milton L 
Hall Elmer T Dr 

176 Waldo Albigence L 
180 Sutton Frederick M Dr 
187 Colerman George H 
190 Kennedy John R 
193 Logan Delia P Mrs 

195 Moore James M 

196 Wynne Wade H 
Williams Mill Road Intersects 
290 Mims Franklin C 
297 Wallace Thomas 
299 Gorman Martha Mrs 



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LIFFORD, from 89 E Ellis n to 
Cain, 1 w of Piedmont av, sew- 
erage and water throughout 
9 Swords William R 
Stephens Harry E 

10 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

11 Reid Belle Mrs 

14 Hill Marshal (c) 

15 Johnson Charles H 
Chamberlin Laura Mrs 
Boyd Bettie Mrs 

18 Badger Frank B (c) 

20 Simpson William (c) 

21 Kirk Dora (c) 

21 y 2 Thomas Nellie (c) 

22 Rutledge Walter (c) 

23 Stephens Katie (c) 

23 V 2 Hammilton Ellen (c) 

25 Cox Hattie (c) 

27 Austin William (c) 



MAUN CLIFFORD ALLEY, from 220 

3 a m\ g% Piedmont av e to 15 Clifford 
408 

ATLANTA 



CLIFTON, from 347 Butler e to 
Fort, 1 n of Baker 



CLIFTON (Kirkwood), from 
Boulevard DeKalb s to Fair, 2 
e of Mayson av 



CLIFTON ALLEY from 129 Lind- 
say w one-half block 



CLIFTON AV, from 1396 DeKalb 
av n to Ponce de Leon av, 3 
e of Mell, sewerage DeKalb to 
Euclid 

2 Heyback Augustus 
20 Lyons Oscar (c) 
22 Simmons James (c) 
126 Sloan Robert C 
249 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 



CLIMAX, from Hill e to Grant, 
3 s of McDonough road 



CLIMAX PLACE, from 321 Au- 
burn av s 



CLOUD'S ALLEY, from 369 Pied- 
mont av s, half a block 



CLOVER ALLEY, from Piedmont 
av, e to Butler, 1 n of Pine 



CLOVER LANE, from 
Baker to Simpson 



145 W 



CLOVERDALE, from 530 Chero- 
kee av e to S Boulevard, 2 s 
of Atlanta av 



CLOWERS ALLEY, from 95 E 
Harris, running half a block 
south 



COCA COLA PLACE, from 179 
Edgewood av, s e to 112 Pratt, 
granite block throughout 
7 Stewart Sallie J Mrs 
20 Ulaca Beverage Co 



COHASSETT AV, from Williams 
Mill rd n to Roanoke av, 1 w 
of Kearsarge av 



COHEN, from 309 S Humphries 
e to Sims, 1 s of Rockwell 



COLEMAN (South Atlanta), 

from Gardner s beyond limits, 
1 w of Sims 



COLLEGE (also known as Coca 
Cola Place), from 179 Edge- 
wood av, S e to 112 Pratt 
44 Alexander William (c) 
46 Turner John W (c) 
50 Hill Ruth (c) 
56 Douglas Charles (c) 
58 Parks Leroy (c) 

112 Partee Lena (c) 

114 Thomas Mamie (c) 



COLLEGE PARK, 8 mi s of At- 
lanta, take street cars marked 
"College Park" at cor Ala and 
Forsyth sts 



COLLEGE ROAD, from Hunter 

nr Taliaferro n w to Bellwood 

av, paved with rubble from 

Hunter to Ashby, water from 

Taliaferro to Ashby 



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COLLIER, from 147 Chapel, n w 
to 27 High, 1 s w of Tattnall 



COLLIER (also known as Cen- 
ter), from 15th n to West 
Peachtree between Peachtree 
and "West Peachtree 



COLLIER, from The Prado, 1 e 
of Peachtree Circle, Ansley Pk 



COLLIER ALLEY, from Chapel 
n w to High, 1 w of Tattnall 



COLLIER ROAD, from Peachtree 
rd w to Howell Mill rd, 1 mi n 
of Peachtree Creek 



COLLINS, from 111 Decatur s to 
Ga R R. 1 e of Central av, pav- 
ed with wooden blocks, water 
throughout 



COLLINS, from Marietta to Rice 
changed to Sharp 



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COLLINS SPRINGS (Conway's), 
on Marietta car line, 9 mi north 



COLLINS SWITCH, on 

car line, 8 mi north 



Marietta 



COLLINSWOOD (Cook's District) 
on River car line 



COLLUM (Edgewood) from Wes- 
ley av east 3 south of Ga Ry 



COLONIAL HILL, located be- 
tween Ft McPherson and East 
Point 



COLQUITT AV, from Euclid Av 
n w to Highland Av, 1 w of 
Cleburne av. (Inman Park), 
sewerage and -water through- 
out 

16 Vaughan William A 

17 Plaster Daniel E 

20 Sutton John L. 

21 Howell William A 

24 Thomas Knox T 

25 Willis Charles C 

28 McCanne Ovar C 

29 Dodd Robert L 

32 Lockhart T Ellis 

33 Cunningham John 

34 Seawell John F 

37 Hill Mohr E 

38 Kemp T Ardell 
Sinclair Av Intersects 

41 Wilson Walter M 

42 Sned Frederick H 

43 Bernstein Joseph 

44 Freeman James D 

47 Bell, Walter S 

48 Grimes William C 

51 Marks Marion 

52 Wallace Robert O 
55 McCash Barton S 

59 Lye Otis D 

60 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
62 Davidson Ewen 



COLQUITT CIRCLE, from Dela- 
ware av n to McLendon, 1 e of 
Arizona av 



COLUMBIA AV, from 15 Peach- 
tree Place n to 14th. 1 e <>i 
West Peachtree, paved witli 
macadam, sewerage 11 to 1 2 1 
16 Evins John H 
Peachtree Place Intersects 

19 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

20 Beckham William E 

21 Rainwater Charles V 
23 Truitt Alfred 

26 Beck Marcus W 
30 Blanton Robert G 

33 Mitchell W Norwood 

34 Ingram Thomas L 

Tenth Intersects 
37 Ogden Dunbar H Rev 

40 Butt, Frank M 

41 Powell Arthur G Judge 

43 Smith Frank 

44 Rhodes Ernest L 

46 Whiteside Frances S 
46 y 2 Gordon William M 

47 Brown A Paul 

48 Holahan Maurice F 

50 Pew Arthur 

51 Callaway Thomas M 
54 Johnson Rockwell W 

Eleventh Intersects 
84 Atkinson Ulric S 
88 Worthen Herbert C 
93 Mitchell Eugene W 
97 Speir George C 

Twelfth Intersects 
115 Collins John W 
117 House Felix L. 
119 Pylant Joseph T 
121 Seals Margaret E Mrs 
Thirteenth Intersects 




COLUMBUS, begins Ashby. 1 n of 
Greensferry av, runs E to Mil- 
dred (Mildred w to Ashby) 



COLUMBUS AV, 

nut to Ashby 



from 20 Chest- 



COLVIN, from 98 McLendon n to 
Euclid av 



COMMERCE HALL, 20 Edgewood 



CONCRETE WAY, e and w from 
1 Washington along s side L & 
N freight depot 



CONE, from 85 Marietta, n to 37 
Carnegie Place, 1 e of Sprmg 
paved with granite blocks. 
sewerage and -water through- 
out 
11 White Dora H Mrs 

25 Godfrey Mosaic Tile Co 

Walton Intersects 

26 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

33 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

34 Vacant Sept IS. 1912 

Poplar Intersects 

35 Redwine Mary Mrs 

40 English James W 

41 Pope Robert S 

50 Henderson Hotel Annex 

Luckie Intersects 
59 Empire Supply Co 



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CONE— Cont'd 

oit 1 ^ McDonald Ida Mrs 

Sans Souci The 
61-63 Singleton Bros 
62 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

65 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

66 Catchings Sallie Mrs 

Juiiu-h Intersects 

67 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
69 Collier Bros 

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73 Owen Mary F Mrs 



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Boulevard s e to Moreland av 
paved with macadam from 
Boulevard to Soldiers Home, 
water from Home av to Sol- 
diers Home 

4 Crouch Georgia Mrs 

6 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
50 Darnell Lee 
98 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

100 Ackerman Lena Mrs 

101 Goldberg Solomon H 
103 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
105 Evans Homer 

107 Barrett Joseph T 
109 Mathews John C 
111 Sparks Thomas 

Ormewood Av Intersects 
115 Ellis & Son 
117 Knight Thomas H 
119 Tye Drew 
121 Hughes Danah S 
123 Moore Jesse L 
126 Turner Robert C 

Logan Av Intersects 
144 Britt Joel W 
148 Jackson James E 
152 Jones Frank L 
327 George Mary Mrs 
329 Jabaley Charles 
331 Jabaley George 
335 Pass Claud E 

Walker Intersects 
400 DeNise Harry E 

Underwood Av Intersects 

Wilson Samuel H 

Wells Charles G 

Bennett George W 

Stewart Oliver J 

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COIVLEY AV, from Campbellton 
rd, s e 1 w of Holderness 
26 Ingram Charles L 
40 Boydstun Nathan 



CONK, from V 2 blk n of Home 
Park av, south 




CONNALLY, from 341 E Fair s 
Vanira, 1 e of Martin, paved 
with macadam from E Fair to 
Richardson, sewerage from 
Hunter to Atlanta av, water 
from Woodward av to Rich- 
mond 
6-8 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
9 Groodzinsky Abraham J 



12 Abelsky K Joseph 

13 Goldstein Charles 
16 Home James F 

19 Johns George W 

20 Woodward Av Bap Drmty 

23 Pinkston Green H 

24 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

26 Shaw John T 

27 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 
29 Fillmore Frank Rev 

Woodward Av Intersects 

41 Baum Morris 

42 Olive Horatio B 
45 Dewitt Joseph B 

50 Thompson William B 

51 Lutz Meyer 

53 Farmer John H 

54 Butcher Emma Mrs 

57 Phillips Lon 

58 Stroube Nicholas A 
60-A Vacant Sept 13. 1912 

61 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

62 Bray Henry E 
64 Bailey L Paul 

66 Tucker Fannie Mrs 

Logran Intersects 

67 Yarn Charles S 

68 Trimbach J Henry 
68% Owens Bejamin B 

69 Dorrian Patrick 

70 Dismer Dorothy Mrs 
72 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
74 Green Benjamin 

79 Jackson Amos A (c) 

Clarke Intersects 

80 Kimberly James T 

81 Goldstein Samuel J 

82 Gilbert Camillus 

84 Crowley Emmit W 

85 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

86 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

87 Goldstein Samuel J 

88 Kline Samuel 

89 Goldstein Abraham 

90 Jalosky Solomon 

91 Clein Phillip 

92 Katz Lewis 

93 Levine Jacob 

94 Finkelstein Isadore 

95 Hughes Walter H 

97 Mendel Levi M 

98 Effel Frederick 

99 Cohen Albert 

100 Jass Samuel 

101 Vacant Sept 6. 1912 

102 Linkerage Morris 

Hrandon Ends 
102 Jackson John L 

104 Ruben Joseph 

105 Lyman Charles W 

106 Siletsky Harris 

110 Oppenheim Max 

111 Brown Joseph B 

113 Bloomberg Milas 

114 Gill John D 

115 Russell Frederick H 

117 Bizunskv Robert 

118 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
Glennwood Av Intersects 

119 Billew & Kerlin 
125 Clements James D 
129 Thigpen John E 

Fulton Reg-Ins 
131 Whiteman Anshel 
133 Neal Mary (c) 
133 V 2 McGuire Julia D (c) 
135 Jenkins James (c) 
135% Lester Mary (c) 



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Ward Moses (c) 
Christopher George (c) 
Harris Walter (c) 
James Silas (ci 
Bacon Elijah (c) 
Gilstein Isaac 
Butler Max 
Oliver Eleanor Miss 

-A Grenade Samuel (c) 

-B Sykes James <o 
Davis James <c> 

-B Brown Pinkney (c) 
Turner William (c) 
Jones Sarah (c) 

-B Little Elvira (c) 
Summers Albeit (c) 
Crawford Arthur (c) 

-A Webster Eugene (c) 
Richardson Intersects 
Kelley Henry I 
Laster Herbert 
Heard Andrew (c) 
Meade Edward L (c) 
Elder Mattie (c) 
Alexander Sarah (c) 
Hughes Chaney (c) 
Jones Isaac (c) 
Jones Mattie (c) 

Richmond Intersects 
Johnson Edward (c) 
Goolsby Stephney (c) 
White Sadie <c) 

Crumley Ends 
Wilson Marcella (c) 
Johnson Mattie (c) 
Bivins Smith (c) 

Glenn Intersects 
Thomas Luke (c) 

MilledKe Av Ends 
Swan Leila (c) 
Jessup Henry (c) 
Green James (c) 
Moon Eliza (c) 
Thornton Henry (c) 
Fields Richard D 
Whitaker Lqla (c) 
Hollingsworth Janie (c) 
Sims Mary (c) 
Williams Odessa (c) 
Badger Amanda (c) 
Georgia Av Intersects 
Clay Malissa (c) 
Pope Charles (c) 
Haynes Burnett (c) 
James William (c) 
Haynes Olin (c) 
Weems lone (c) 
Bennett Willie (c) 

-A Carter Sophronia (c) 
Crashy Henrietta (c) 
Echols Sandy (c) 

-A Williams Ruth (c) 
Winn Abraham (c) 

-A Perdue Ola <c) 

IliiM* Intersects 
Elligan Preston (c) 
Vacant Sept 13. 1912 
Sheely James (c) 

Little Intersect** 



CONNECTICUT AV (Edgewood), 
from DeKalb n to McLendon, 
7 e of Mayson av. water and 
sewerage DeKalb av to Dela- 
ware 
1 Mulvihill James A 

3 Wallace Henry J 

4 Simmons William J 



5 Carson Charles L 

6 Klmsey Vivian O 

New York Av Intersect* 

8 Rucker George 

9 Armistead William 
10 Holbrooks Sam 

13 Gaddy James 

14 White James W 

15 Armistead Charles 

16 Smith Timothy T 

17 Pinnell Jesse M 

19 Spraberry Robert 

Indiana Av Ends 

20 Daniel Alfred B 

21 Vacant Sept 5. 1912 

22 Ivey Zachariah 

25 Wilkerson Walter B 

26 Turner Richard P 
32 Ivy Charles H 



CONSTITUTION, address 
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mail 



CONWAY PLACE, from 403 
Crumley s to 568 Glenn 1 e of 
Martin 



CONWAY STATION, on Marietta 
car line, R F D No 5 



CONWAY'S (or Collins Springs), 
on Marietta car line, 9 mi n 



COOK'S ALLEY, from 14 Ezzard 
n V6 block, 1 e of Cornelia 



COOK'S DISTRICT, address mail 
"Atlanta R F D 6" 



COOLEDGE PLACE, n from Boss 
to Murphy, 1 w of Marietta 



COOPER, from 256 Whitehall s 
to Hendrix av, 2 w of S Pryor. 
paved with granite block from 
Whitehall to Rawson, macadam 
from Rawson to Hendrix av. 
sewerage from Eugenia to Hen- 
drix av, water throughout 

8 Vacant Sept 19. 1912 
10 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
12 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

15 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

16 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
20 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

22 Harvey Pauline Mrs 

23 Bell Charles P 

24 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

26 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

27 Ormond William 
31 Coggins J Newton 

33 Love Harris 

34 Conner Robert H 
Woodward Av Intersects 

35McKown Jessie S Mrs 
45 Parker Roger C 
49 Weaver William B 

52 Ridley Caleb A 

53 Smith C Hubert 
64 Vacant Sept 19. 

57 Irwin Etta Mrs 

58 Woodruff John W 
62 Aiken Burl Z 
67 Franklin Susie S Mrs 

Rawson Intersects 
84 Trammell Thomas P 
88 Red Cross Hospital 
Lingo W B Dr 



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COOPER — Cont'd 

96 Bloodworth John G C 
Stevenson Theodore 
Eugenia Intersects 

102 Kirk Harry L 

107 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

109 Gillham Walter L 

111 Edwards William E 

115 Shields Robert H 

117 McGrew William L Dr 

123 Burns John P 

124 Ravens Charles E 

125 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

126 Richards Henry F 

127 Janko Max 

128 Booser Jimmie Miss 

129 Brown Charles T 

130 Thurman John H 

132 Belk Charles R 

133 King Catherine Mrs 

134 Wheeless Archibald W 

Fulton Intersects 

135 Thurman Harris J 

138 Morgan Eglon T 

139 Cox L H 

140 Stalvey Elizabeth Mrs 

144 Rogers Alba B 

145 Baldwin Charles S 

146 Miller Lillian S Mrs 

147 Folds Mack C 

148 Stuchlik Joseph W 

149 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
158 Field Joseph L S 

Richardson Intersects 
178 Dowda Earl G 

182 Bell William D 

183 Andrews John O 

184 Dodd Lowell M 

185 Lyon Willie Mrs 

187 Green Jerome E 

188 McBride Andrew J 
191 Cowsert Thomas H 
193 Lassiter Wade H 
195 Oliver John F 
198-200 Brooks Elliott W 
199 Thompson Hilliard A 

Crumley Intersects 

204 Watkins Sarah G Mrs 

205 Maddox William F 

208 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

209 Bourne Roy 

210 Harvey Henry H 

211 Smith Conrad 

212 Cole Benjamin A 

213 McClain Albert C 

214 Cole Benjamin A 

216 Eubanks Stephen 

217 Weeks Robert E 

220 Brown Thomas C 

221 York Frank M 

224 Woodson Alexander S 

225 McDonald John A 

228 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

229 Pines Edward D 




233 Hammond Thomas L 
237 Lee Arthur F 
241 Kennerly Charles 

Glenn Intersects 

243 Johnson William A 

247 Hightower Harvey J 

248 Brooks William H 

251 Lowrimore Thomas 

252 Cook Edward S 

255 Peeples Keith N 

256 Butler James R 

257 Tweedy James F 

258 Henry John T 
261 Maddox James W 
266 Ott William F 
271 Friedman Morris 

Georgia Av Intersects 
288 Lynch John H 
292 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

295 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

296 Fairbanks Charles F 

297 Chambers O Ira 

300 Nightingale Arbeal 

301 Bledsoe James W 

303 Acree Elmer S 

304 Stockard Albert H 

307 Shutley Robert M 

308 Cooper Baptist Church 
311 Shutley Charles W 

313 Owens John J 

314 Lee Sarah Mrs 

315 Doyle W George 

319 Pursley Martha C Mrs 
321 Basham James E 

325 Alkire Adam U 

Bass Intersects 

326 Nelson Haney 

327 Edge L Columbus 

328 Manning Nancy Mrs 

329 Veal Mary Mrs 

330 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

331 Smith Henry A 
333 Butler Roy 

335 White Walter J 

336 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

337 Butler Mamie Mrs 

338 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

339 Couch Frank A 
341 Matthews John D 
343 Brown Rankin R 
345 England Charles W 

347 Robinson Howard 
347-A Conklin William A 

348 Porter Ella Mrs 

349 Cates Lawson E 

Love Intersects 

350 Conklin John M 
350% Bishop James F 

351 Stephens Benjamin A 

352 Dewberry Lawrence G 

353 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

354 Hardage Benjamin F 

355 Lovett Richard 

357 Armistead William D 
359 Brinkley Pomp F 
362 Owen Martin 
364 Martin James B 
366 Henry Benjamin F 

368 Bynum Drew 

369 Whitworth Sanford E 
371 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

Dodd Av Ends 
373 Jackson John D 
377 Kirkland Louis W 
379 Jones Jennie Mrs 

383 Stephens T Edward 

384 Alexander George 
386 Bell Lonia S Mrs 



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387 Buchanan Sylvester L 

390 Allen William H 

393 Yother John A 

394 Crenshaw O Thorne 



COOPER, from Holderness w to 
Gordon, 1 s of Lucile av 



COPENH1LL, address mail "At- 
lanta R F D 4" 



COPENHII,I, AV, from 504 High- 
land av n and e to 604 High- 
land av, water Highland av to 
Cleburne av, seweniKe Cle- 
burne to Maderia, paved with 
macadam Highland to Argard 
10 Gibson Alonzo F 
14 Fife Herschel A 
16 Valdes Salvador 
20 Hilburn Nathaniel B 

Carmel Av Intersects 
38 Hickson Robert B 

42 Patrick Paul H 

43 Patterson Robert C 
47 Woodson Alice Mrs 
54 Tumlin Albert B 

58 Leach Herbert 
60 King Walter W 
82 Hale Joseph H 

88 Grogan Francis M 

89 Holleran Owen 

90 Johnson William A 

93 Lamb Medora Mrs 

94 MacGregor Clementine Miss 
97 Work James G 

99 Taylor George P 

Dundee Av Intersects 
112 Sawin Chester W 
114 Barton Marion S 
118 Ison Roswell D 
122 Lynch Grover C 
126 Catchings Frederick 
128 Wilson Arthur McD 
130 Wasson Samuel E Rev 
138 Falkner John 

Parker Harry L 



CORAL, PLACE, from Jefferson 

to Seaboard R R 

1 Bannister William S 

3 Vinson Mary M Mrs 

5 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 

7 Ogle Martin V 

9 Touchstone James M 

11 Horn Junior J 



CORBALLY PLACE, from Crum- 
ley n along rear of Ira Street 
School 



CORLEY'S AV, from 476 Houston 
n to Highland av, water 
throughout 
9 Armistead William H 

13 Echols Roswell K 

14 Farmer James O 

17 Kitchens Emma Mrs 
20 Allen Richard B 
25 Echols Joseph 

27 Lovejoy Burton 

28 Grogan John W 

29 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

30 Boozer Oscar 

31 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
33 Evans Bernice 

35 Williams L Andrew 
37 Evans Alonzo C 



39 Stewart John W 



CORNELIA, from 584 Decatur 11 
to 500 Edgewood av, 1 e of 
Bradley, water and sewerage 
throughout 

2 Peters Emery S 

8 Wyatt Charles E 
10 Batchelor William 
12 Palmer John 
18 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

21 Simpkins Isaac D 

22 Phillips Robert E 

25 Freeman Zade A 

26 McWaters Benjamin F 
28 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
30 Monroe James M 

1 42 Stokes Tony (c) 




CORNELL STA, address mail "At- 
lanta R F D 3" 



CORPUT, from 591 Marietta e to 
Plum, 1 s of North av, sewer- 
age from Marietta to Plum 

8 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

9 Arendall Harry C 

10 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

12 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

13 Smith Frank A 

14 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
16 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

19 Bailey Charles O 
Harwell Place Intersects 

20 Stegall Alonzo W 
23 Obst Ferdinand J 

26 Rheinberger William 

27 Stegall Thomas N 

28 Williams Degraphenreid 
33 Hartsfield Joseph B 



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COULTER'S ALLEY, from 21 
Crew e half block 



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COCRTLAND, from 110 Decatur 
n to 81 E North av, 1 e of Ivy 
paved with granite block from 
Decatur to Linden av, maca- 
dam from Linden to North av. 
sewerage from Decatur to Har- 
ris, Baker to Chestnut and Pine 
to Merritts av, water though- 
out 
33 Mayo John A 

36 Riggins Solomon (c) 

37 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

38 Edwads Rosa (c) 
38^.-40% Freeman John (c) 

39 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

40 Spinks Hiram L 

42 McCoy Kid (c) 

43 Willis Mollie (c) 

44% Hudson Cornelius N (c) 
45 Hawkins Julia <c) 



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46-48 Kennedy Co 
50 Robinson Sallie (c) 

53 Newsom Stable Co 
Jackson Shoeing Co 

54 Jones William (c) 

56 Edwards William (.c) 

57 Simmons Dora (c) 
59 Simmons Dora (c) 
68 Boys High School 
79 Auditorium-Armory 

Gilmer Intersects 

86 Finklestein Harris 

87 Kimbro Margaret Mrs 

90 Cohen Louis 

91 Ketchem Jacob I 

93 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 c 

Warner Place Begins 
101 McCormick Gertrude Mrs 
105 Vacant Oct 2, 1912 

Edgewood At Intersects 

111 Pope George 

112 Botre Angelo 

114 Paouris George 

115 Hawkins Ella Mrs 

116 Wright Charles A 

117 Daggres Andrew A 

119 Jones Marstellus M 

120 Gialelis Stephen 

124 Malone Jennie L Mrs 

129 Wesley Memorial Hospital 

Auburn Av Intersects 
143 Jones Alfred W 
147 Lewis William M 
150 Daugherty Delia Mrs 
152 Westmoreland Rowena Miss 

156 Pierce Ellsworth E 
Adams Lora Mrs 

157 Winegardner Michael 

Glazener Av Begins 

158 Hollingsworth ■ James M 

160 Byars Charles G 

161 Burton J Arthur 

162 Hearn Jesse P 

163 Gardner Leo L 

164 Spier Mary A Mrs 
Spahr Henrietta Mrs 

166 Allen Claud L 

VonHadeln John H 
Houston Intersects 
180-182 Autogenous Welding Co 

183 Proctor Henry H Rev (c) 

184 Calloway Salie Mrs 

1S5 Home for Working Girls (c) 

188 Baugh Scott L 

189 Moulder Leonidas H 
189-A Faver James D 

191 Candy Albert B 
191-A Burdine John F 

192 Klement Annie Mrs 
196 Evans William S 
199 Wall William C Dr 
202 Robinson Henrv M 
204 Smith M Cordelia Mrs 

Bills Intersects 

214 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

215 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

216 Sanderson Ruth Miss 

220 McDannell Charles F 

221 Stephens Peter 

222 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

223 Peel Corinne Mrs 

226 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

227 Webb Sarah L Mrs 

230 Poulos Andrew 

231 Boyd Bessie L Mrs 

232 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

233 Fotou Diones 



234 Broyles Robert A 

235 Ray Maggie M Mrs 

236 Poulos Andrew 

Cain Intersects 

239 Myer Marie Miss 

240 Helene Apartments 
Dittler -Alexander 
Crawford Stewart R 
Henderson Lula M Mrs 
Briggs Charles 
Windmayer Fred C 
Cohen Julius 

243 Plitt Louis 

244 Herbert Apartments 
Ball Emmett V Dr 
Wall William H 
Munzennvaier Harry R 
Camp Sallie S Mrs 
Bryan Thomas L 
Stearns Herman F 

247 Hamrick Emma Mrs 

250 Powell Edward 

251 Sharp Winfleld B Dr 
252. Whorley Veil Miss 

253 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

254 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 
254-A Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

255 Cox Charles H 

256 Bracewell Joseph 

260 Carrigan John M 

261 Pause Oscar T 

262 Forrest Park Dairv 
262% Miller Charles R Rev 

264 Dunn William T 

265 Lackey Albert R 

266 McNair David G 

Harris Intersects 

267 Silber George A 

268 Humphrey Charles A 

270 Happer Susan E Mrs 

271 Atlanta Brewing & Ice Co 

272 Shackelford Mord A 
274 Foil William A 

276 Daniel Walter S 

278 Crankshaw Horatio L 

280 Williams Sudie Mrs 

282 Finkenstadt Annie G Miss 

293 Stephens Lillie Mrs 

294 St Joseph Infirmary 
297 Rood Ruluf W 

Baker Intersects 

311 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 
311-B Smith Harry R 

312 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

314 Farrar Oren A 

315 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

316 Smith Lucien W 
319 Wertz Daniel 

321 Gonder John C 

323 Perry Alfred T 

325 Wooddy Eugene A 

326-322 Sacred Heart Par School 

327 Bearden Porter L 

Chestnut Av Begins 
331 Wilson Sidnev M 

334 Childress Elijah F 

335 Thompson Charles E 

336 Slaton William F 

339 Swilling Hepsie P Mrs 

340 Pickard John C 

341 Terrell Lvnch M 
349 Bovard Clara L Mrs 
351 Dean Harry C 

373 Smith John H 

374 Campbell John B 

Forrest Av Intersects 

375 Franklin James H 
379 Holbrook Augustus L 



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389 McGinty John R 

Currier liili-rsrvis 
393 Kinard Lola Mrs 

399 Wilkes Charles E 

400 Hobbs Walter 

403 Burgin Frank E 

404 Brown Thomas A 

406 Thornton Elbert L 

407 Mayers Alfred C 

408 Howard J Warren 

412 St Lukes Annex 

413 Motte Letitia Mrs 
417 Carter Charles E 
423 Turman Robert L 
429 Milner Willis J 

Pine I n I <•!•*«•<• i. «« 
447 Vacant Sept 18. 1912 

450 Powell Frank A 

451 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

454 Price James E 

455 Harper Fannie R Mrs 

456 Mitchell Martha Mrs 

Merrlttf* Av Intersects 
458 Dillingham E Rilla Mrs 
478 Harrison John T 

480 King William Dr 

481 Beardsley Charles B 

482 Mott Kennon Dr 

484 Brown Mary B Mrs 

485 Jones John H 

486 Thompson George C 
48S Trenary William F 
489 Boynton George H 

492 Gordon L Zeb 

493 Morrow James W 
495 Thrasher Fannie Mrs 

497 Wilkins John G Dr 

498 Kellam John F 

499 Spalding Albert T Rev 

500 Jenkins David L 

Linden Av InterHectt* 
506 Garner C Belle Miss 
513 Greer Lucian M 
515 Bowles Knight 
515-A Rockmore Emmett B 
517 Hightower Nettie B Mrs 
519 Spalding William T 
521 Holmes Benjamin Z 
525 Wilson L McW W Mrs 
531 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 



CRAVEN'S ALLEY, from S2 Cen- 
tral Place e to Fraser 



CRAWFORD, from Piedmont av 
e to Piedmont Park. 1 n of 
Tenth 



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line, 13 mi north 



CRESCENT AV. from Peachtree 



Place n to 14th st 1 
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1 Hobbs Arthur G Dr 

3 Harris Dan B 

7 Holliday James 

9 Dozier John W 
11 Mason Leoto L 
19 Stone Charles F 
21 Watts Julius R 

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33 Sharp John H 
35 Rooks Newton F 
37 Bowman Joseph A 

Rooks Nancy A Mrs 
39 Lanquest Florence Mrs 



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4 7 Rogers Roddie E Mrs 
55 Baldwin Arvie Mrs 

Eleventh InteritectM 
90 Samarche George E 
Twelfth Intersects 
106 Webb Powhatan A 
110 Hatchett William L 
112 Barronco Joseph 
118 Price J Frank 
122 Smith Josephine Mrs 

124 Smith Lee A 

Thirteenth Intersect* 

125 Church William J 
140 Church Robert H 
152 Peacock John H 
154 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

Fourteenth Intersects 




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CREW, from 148 Trinity av s to 
Ridge av, 1 e of Washington, 
paved with macadam from 
Trinity av to Crumley, granite 
block Crumley to E Georgia 
av. macadam E Georgia av to 
Bass and Ormond to Weyman rH 
av, sewernsre from Rawson to V^ 
Clarke, Richardson to Love and ^£ 
Little to Ridge av, water from " 
Trinity av to Bass and Ormond 
to Jefferson 
5 Walsh Emma S Mrs 

Fair Intersects 
9 McAfee Lucinda Miss 
Bowles Homer S 
Pierepont Apartments 
Ansley Harry F 
Walton Eugene R 
Isham Maria Mrs 
Lambdin Mary Miss 
Turman William H 
Redus Robert K 
21 Coulter Emily H Mrs 
Garrison Henry C 
McCullough John 
30 Atlanta Hospital 
33 Banks Georgia Mrs 
36 Marsh Rowlett B 
39 Vignaux Elizabeth Mrs 

41 Barfleld Benjamin F 

42 Born John S 
Woodward Av Intersects 

43 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

44 Banks Briggs J 

45 Paul Lora Mrs 
49 Brook Hugh D 

51 Dunning Ellen M Mrs 

52 Eubanks Robert A 
n.3 Hilton Valeria Mrs 
55 Prather Maggie E Mrs 
55-A Allen Frederick 

57 Vance Mary Mrs 
.->7-A Rentz Thomas J 

58 Jackson William W 
58-A Perrv Minnie Mrs 
58-B Griffeth D Porter 

61 Warwick William C 

Crew Alley Begins 

62 Stallworth Kittie \ Mrs 

64 Goldsmith Carrie 1 

65 Shelling Joseph 

69 Screven Alice Miss 

70 McNabb Noah M 

71 Pullin Estey Miss 

72 Boroughs John C 
75 Goldberg Albert 

Lipman Amil 
Erwin James A 



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CREW— Cont'd 

Gaines Winston E 

76 Knott Edward L 

Rawson Intersects 

77 Wolf Hyman 

78 Ellis Edgar C 

83 Hightower William O 

84 Tenenbaum Isaac 

85 Lawson Mary Ann Mrs 

86 Thomas David L 

91 Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

92 McElroy Wylie E 
94 Leake William W 

96 Thibadeau Joseph F 

97 Crew St School 

98 Johnson Ida Mrs 
100 Brenner Ettalou Mrs 
104 Lefkoff Louis 

110 Guthrie Marion Mrs 

Clarke Intersects 

111 Newman Charles L 

112 Pound Annie H Mrs 

115 Holloway E Franklin 

116 Whidby Willard W 
118 Tyson James E 

121 Allen Joseph B 

122 Stanberry James L 

123 Hanner Minnie Mrs 
126 Russell Thomas B 
129 Hall Charles E Dr 
134 McNelley William G 

137 Smith Earl McL 

138 Brown Paul B 
140 Smith Frank G 

142 Waterhouse John A 

143 Smith Lucius A 

144 Wren Harry 

Fulton Intersects 

147 Turner William D 

148 Hoagland Jasper N 
148 Heiman Annie Mrs 

150 Mathews Annie M Miss 

151 Mann David M 

152 Richards William E 

156 Black William L 
Simpson H Bert 

157 Davis Harry 

160 Elder J Tillman 

161 Bradley Walter E 
164 Dyar Joseph H 

167 Humphries George E 

168 Wentz Jame B 

169 Hambrick James P 
Brewton Robert B 

171 Henderson Mary Mrs 

172 Bearden Arthur E 
Roberts John W 

173 Mossman Abe 

176 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

Richardson Intersects 

177 Bellingrath Mary G Mrs 

178 Scarrett George A 

182 Bacon Sumner W 

183 Hawes James H 
186 Cheney Emmie A Mrs 

189 Brooke Arthur L 

190 Threlkeld John J 
192 Floersch M Elwood 

195 Coleman Frank B 

196 Akers Frank M 

199 Thompson Jennie Mrs 

200 Wells William R 

203 Butt James W 

204 Fields Robert P 

207 Yarbrough William D 

208 Gullatt Henry C 
Crumley Intersects 

211 Calhoun James C 



212 Askew Mary L Mrs 
215 Bowdoin Loulah H 

217 Nelson Jennie Mrs 

218 Fargo Philip 

219 Gordon Lizzie G Mrs 
224 Richardson William P 

228 Kempton Joseph F 

229 Greiniman Nathan 

230 Short Herman E 
Beard G Adolph 

234 Blackburn W Wallace 

235 Curtis Coleman L 

237 Shepard Wilbur E 

238 Johnson Charles O 
240 Swift John M 

244 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 
246 Sledge William J 

Glenn Intersects 
251 Bryan Joseph F 

253 O'Rear Howard P 
O'Rear John D 

254 Martin James (c) 

255 Silverman Israel M 

261 Floyd Aaron B 

262 Porterfield Sarah (c) 

263 Whitehead Earl G 

264 Warner Elihue (c) 

265 Balch Eugenia Mrs 
Pelot Thomas C Dr 

266 Brumby Heyward 
Quillian Fletcher A 

269 Ross Alice Mrs 

270 Kendrick John T 
274 Peacock John 

280 Bomar Anthony (c) 

Georgia Av Intersects 

296 Riley Michael 

297 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

298 Wootten Harry P 

299 Thompson Horace A 

300 Andrews Joseph M 
Davis William A 

301 Davidson Thomas D 

302 Bach Joseph 

303 Floyd Marvin B 

304 Acree Edgar E 

305 Wing Edward J 

Bass Intersects 
311 Loyd Robert C 

315 Donehoo Franklin M 

316 Hood George W 

319 Barbour William H 

320 Vacant Sept 28, 1912 
323 Richards Daniel C 

327 Flint William M 

328 Hightower Oscar C 

329 Jackson Isaac E 
331 Finck James L 

334 Moncrief Edward 

335 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

338 Smith Isaac B 

339 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

340 Campbell Gibson M 

Iyove Intersects 
Little Intersects 
399 Allen Joseph A 
403 Jackson Mary Mrs 

Ormond Intersects 
423 Clapp Miller G 
423-A Wright John 

425 Cantrell R Avant 

426 Smith William A 

427 Agricola Alfred A 

430 Jackson Charles R 

431 Murray Fannie B Mrs 

435 Thompson Dora Mrs 

436 Crockett T D 

437 Marshall James R 



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440 Hargrove James T 

443 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 

444 Greene Luther 

447 Slkes John A 

448 Robertson James D 

Atlanta Av Intersects 

449 Webb Floyd R 

450 Turner Almira B Mrs 

453 Davis Rhys L 

454 McGee Michael E 

455 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 

456 Boyd Charles 
458 Williams Thomas H 

460 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

461 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 

462 Witt Ervin J 
465 McCutcheon Howard C 
467 Hagan Eugene H 
473 Brooksher Joseph L 
477 Vickery J Lester 
481 Boston Julius C 

485 Duckett Harry 

486 Battle Thomas C 
488 Davidson Charles 

490 Smith Prank 

491 Bone J Warren 
495 Smith Robert 
499 Swords John M 
503 Schroeter Mary 

Jefferson Intersects 

505 Capital City Bottling Works 

506 Adolphus Hosea D 

509 Christian Columbus H Dr 

510 Paine William D 
521 Turner Payton C 

Pope Intersects 
Weyman Av Intersects 

530 Self Thomas G 

534 Christian James C 

538 Bettie Thomas J 

550 Askew Oscar H 

552 Bradford Daniel J 



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CRUMLEY, from 118 S McDaniel 
e to Connally, 1 n of Glenn, 
paved with macadam from 
Cooper to Central av and Pul- 
liam to Washington, rubble 
Washington to Capitol av and 
macadam Capitol av to Praser, 
sewerage from McDaniel to Ira 
Cooper to Pulliam and Crew to 
Praser, water from McDaniel 
to Tra. Cooper to Pulliam, 
Washington to Praser 

6 Phillips John (c) 

7 Blake John (c) 
Whitehall Terrace Intersects 
23 Howell Nelson (c) 

27 Parks Ermer (c) 
31 Ray Albert (c) 
35 Wilson Melvin (c) 
45 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

Ira Intersects 
53 Mills Peter (c) 
58 Thomas Mattie (c) 
60 Garnerwav Frederick (c) 
62 Thurmond Eliza fc) 
66 Blackstock George W 



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347 
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372 

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385 
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388 
390 

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396 
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Pruett Julius 

Windsor Intersects 

Hatton Thomas 
Harris William P 
Honea Andrew P 
Futch Horace L 
Kenady Frederick P 

Cooper Intersects 
Allen Maud Mrs 
Skelton Squire Rev (c) 
Thornton Robert (c) 
Westmoreland Isaac (c) 
Westmoreland Isaac (c) 

Formwalt Intersects 
Lester Olin T 
Williams Oliver M 
Bradley Charles H 
Kenney Frank M 
Rose John S 

Pryor Intersects 
Richardson Walter S 
Pierce Louise 
Pierotti Julius 
Central Av Intersects 
Brooks Cornelius B 
Armstrong Albert 

Pulliam Intersects 
Thomas Emmett B 
West Parmelia Mrs 
Hayes Fowler H 
Dennis George (c) 
Washington Intersects 
Crawford Hugh 
Davis Henry D 
Vacant Sept 26, 1912 
Goldstein I Louis 
Mandel Casper 
Smith's Alley Intersects 
Peek Thomas R 
Callen Sallie Miss 
Vacant Sept 26, 1912 

Crew Intersects 
Porter John H 
Schofield Joshua F 
Ragsdale Bartie Mrs 
Meyer Charles H 
Aldinger Charles H 
Mount Charles M 
Capitol Av Intersects 
Vacant Sept 28, 1912 
Littlejohn Samuel (c) 
Derricott John H (c) 

Grady Av Begins 
Harris Jacob (c) 
30 Bailey Lizzie (c) 
Watson Annie (c) 
Vacant Sept 28, 1912 

Eraser Intersects 
Ward Mollie (c) 
Driskey Jessie (c) 
Willis Clorinda (c) 
Lee Nora (c) 
Bailey Berry (c) 
Rucker Peter (c) 
Davis Nora (c) 
Hunter Hattie (c) 

Terry Intersects 
Aycock Isaac (c) 
Evans Fannie (c) 
Vacant Sept 4, 1912 
Hardaman Flora (c) 
Reagan Sallie (c) 
Leonard Eliza (c) 

Martin Intersects 
McWhorter Arthur (c) 
Render Thomas (c) 
Collins Lula (c) 



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MLEY — Cont'd 

-A Maxwell Charles (c) 

Colquitt William M Rev (c) 

Turner Robert (c) 

Conway Place Begins 

Taylor Charles (c) 

Sherwood Moore (c) 

Bush Joseph (c) 

Moreland Narcissus (c) 

McLendon James (c) 

Williams Samuel (c) 

Akridge Dock (c) 

Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

Wright William (c) 



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CUBA, from W Peachtree beyond 
15th w 




CULBERSON, from 312 Gordon n 
to 112 Lucile av, paved with 
macadam, sewerage from 
Lucile to Gordon, water from 
Oak to Gordon 
16 Lawton Calder B 
Camp Lula E Mrs 
23 Garvan John C 
25 Dallas Sim L 

30 Connally Robert L 

31 Schone Frederick 

32 Connally Charles C 

33 Gillman Joseph L 

35 Watkins William M 

36 Wilson Alvin I V 

37 West John C 

38 Richards John B Jr 

40 Kelly Charles J 

41 Swanson Mattie E Mrs 

46 Piper James B 

47 Scruggs William E 
55 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

Oak Intersects 
81 Mapp Fielding H 
84 Banks Mary Mrs 
87 Irwin Irene Miss 
S8 Hollingsworth Luther A 
89 Hubbard Charles 

91 Alcorn O K J 

92 Strickland Adrian M 



CULPEPPER, from new city res- 
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CULVER, from 52 Ella n w to 
205 Greensferry av, sewerage 
throughout 
14 Humphries John 
16 Heath Edna (c) 
18 Turner Sanford (c) 
20 Hubbard Cornelia (c) 
22 Blott Maggie (c) 
24 Moore Stella (c) 
26 Jones Mary (c) 
28 Battle Emma (c) 
28 y 2 McAfee Susie (c) 
30 Camp Charity 
30 y 2 Griffin Love (c) 
34 Ward Andrew (c) 
38 Weems John (c) 
40 Butts Joseph (c) 
42 Kirk Orric (c) 
46 Evans Lucinda (c) 
48 Thomas Clifford (c) 



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Geter Anderson (c) 
Meredith W Frank (c) 
Grier Thomas (c) 
Good Fred (c) 
Keith John T (c) 
Broomliead Intersects 
Golden Lula (c) 
Starkes Charles (c) 
Lawns Julia (c) 
Daniel Fannie (c) 

Leonard Intersects 
Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
Sutton Otis (c) 
Houston Patrick (c) 
Harper Joseph 



CUMMINGS (formerly Capitol av 
East Atlanta), from S Delta e 
to Stovall, 2 s of Kirkwood av 
Gibson Intersects 

25 Bentley H Clinton 

26 Calvary Baptist Church 
28 Andrews Murray H 



CUNNINGHAM, from Stephens s 
to Gardner, 1 w of McDaniel 

45 Scott Mark (c) 
45-A Brown Walter (c) 

Berkele Intersects 

46 Mann Ruth (c) 

48 Jones Robert A Rev (c) 

49 Perkins Jesse (c) 

Middle Intersects 
51 Wimbish John (c) 
53 Hollis Edward (c) 
55 Beavers Jesse (c) 
57 Hollis Walter (c) 
59 Johnson Glander (c) 
61 Williams Frank (c) 
78 Davis Jonas H Rev (c) 

Rockwell Intersects 
96 Farmer Minnie (c) 
100 Reid Ada (c) 

104 Shields Lucius (c) 

106 Carter Prince (c) 

107 Ridley Albert (c) 

Cohen Ends 

105 Wallace James (c) 
111 Reeves Maria (c) 
114 Rush James (c) 
116 Mann Levi (c) 



CUNNINGHAM PLACE, from 99 
Ashby w to Peeples, continua- 
tion of West End av 
18 Dougherty W Frank 
20 Brown Clyde E 

22 Anderson John T 

23 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

24 Kamper Charles J Jr 

25 Murphy John P 
27 Rogers Charles C 

29 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

Peeples Intersects 

30 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
34 Woodruff J Edward 



CUNNINGHAM STA, on S Deca- 
tur car line 



CURRAN, from S53 Marietta n to 
Ethel, water from Marietta to 
Hemphill av 
3 Upshaw Edwin D 
5 Heptinstall Houston 
Warren Av Ends 
10 Christopher Mary Mrs 
14 Hoard Clark W 



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Bradley Av Begins 

Bohler Samuel K 
Mayo Charles D 
Saye John R 
Lewis Martin L 

Dillon Begins 
DeLong John O 
Speairs George 
Browning - William E 

Homer Begins 
Johnson Martin D 
Poss Jesse P 
Lewis William A 
Pureell Addie Mrs 
Lawless Lillie M Mrs 
Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
Hause John F E 
Shannon Hugh 
Westbrook Martha F 
Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
Helton William M 
McNahb Frederick 
Fenley William W 
Harrington William 
Anna Begins 
48 Bradberry Samuel 
50 Murdock James W 
52 Moon Frank E 

92 Wilson John 

Turner Place Begins 

93 Eison Andrew 

94 Bennett James W 

Mi-Donald Begins 
96 Sadler Adam 

98 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

99 Livelv Joseph J 

00 Sorrough Wales E 

01 Ramseur Silas R 

03 Summerville James 

04 Mabry H David 

05 Mayfield Edward J 

06 Pugh George W 

07 Livelv David C 

08 Wofford James 
10 Dunn John H 

Exposition Intersects 
12 Hicks John W 
14 Brown Julius P 
14-A Gravley Wiley C 
16 Turner Frances J Mrs 

18 Young Wesley (c) 

19 Maddox John H (c) 

20 Worley Robert E 

Lee Av Begins 

21 Williams Marcus W 

22 Cox S Lester 

24 Kimbrough S Marion 
26 King Charles C 

28 Brown Millard, B 

29 Barnes Newton E 
31 Wilks Millard Y 

Tenth Intersects 
35 Whitlev Homer L 

38 Roberts Mahulda C 

39 Gentle Leander C 

45 Marsh Louis K 

46 Chapin W Frank 

I'lmmett Intersects 

47 Rosier John H 

48 Wallis William L 
50 Bentlev William F 
52 McClellan Charles A 

57 McClellan James G 

58 Malone Robert E 

59 Fnr-ier Stafford D 
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161 Dickey Scott 

163 Murphy William H 

167 Dodd Martha A Mrs 

168 Norton SamuH 

169 Reid Sanford 

17(1 Mauldin William A 
171 Kent William 
173 Jordan Kate Mrs 
175 Milam John H 
177 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
ISO Albertson John R 
183 Hammonds Albert T 
185 Loard Lucy Mrs 
189 Beauford James R 
191 McGrogan Charles 
193 Gresham Lula Mrs 

CURRIER, from 375 Peachtree e 
to 328 N Jackson. 1 n of For- 
rest av. paved with granite 
from Peachtree to Piedmont 
av, sewerage from Peachtree 
to Piedmont av, and Hilliard 
to Jackson, water from Peach- 
tree to Piedmont av, and Sum- 
mit av to Jackson 
11 Stewart William T 

14 Wilson Charles B 

15 Gartrell Music School 
17 Wolpert Minnie Miss 

19 Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

20 Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

21 Smith Horace D 

25 Green Mary J Miss 

26 Gay Edward S 

Courtland Intersects 
29 Eigenmann Augusta Mrs 
35 Reeves James M 

39 Palmer Forrest N 

40 Dull Samuel R 

41 Camp Warner 

45 Edge Elizabeth Miss 

46 Wusthoff Joseph M 
48 Cassidy Susie R Mrs 

51 Bowden Hugh L 

52 Banton John R 

55 Douglas John O 

56 Vacant Sept 23. 1912 
58 Vacant Sept 23. 1912 

60 McCall T Key 

61 Crandall George 

63 Appleby William C 

64 Vacant Sept 23. 1912 

65 Garrett Thomas W 

66 Brooke Thomas L 

67 Crosland Mary H Mrs 

68 Vacant Sept 23, 1912 
70 Morris & Thomas 

72 Ray Adelaide Mrs 

74 Wells Harry T 

Piedmont Av Intersects 

89 Sims Louis (c) 

91 Williamson Bessie (c) 

95 Jones Pearl (c) 

97 Sims Lettie (c) 

99 Taylor Martha (c) 

Ponders Alley Betrlns 
100 Dept of the Gulf Stables 

Ripley Intersects 
104 Howard Jane (c) 
105-A Long Dora (c) 
105-B Lipford Lula (c) 
106 Jones Sarah (c) 
107-A Harris Susan (c) 
107-B Raines Martha (c) 
108 Smith Cora (c) 
109-A Davis John (c) 
109-B Golden Julia <c> 




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CURRIER — Cont'd 
110 Quarles Belle (c) 
111-A Jones William (c) 
111-B Ponds Samuel (c) 
112 Green Joseph (c) 
113-A Walker Lela (c) 
113-B Philips Maude (c) 
113-C Boyd Amos (c) 
114 Nesbitt Mollie (c) 

116 Bryant Fannie (c) 

117 Carter Belle (c) 

118 Winston Amanda (c) 
120 Sherney Ada (c) 

122 Loftin Benjamin (c) 

124 Greer Julia (c) 

l.imiicn Intersects 

125 Perkins Thomas (c) 

126 Lowe Dora (c) 

127 Wright Robert (c) 

128 DuPree John (c) 

129 Farmer James Rev 

130 Lamar Maria (c) 

131 Wofford Emily (c) 

132 Haven William (c) 
132-A Williams Jane (c) 

133 Scales William (c) 

134 Collins Rina <c) 
134-A Willis Emma (c) 

135 Wilkett William 
139 Bell William (c) 
141 Morgan Georgia (c) 
143 Griffin John (c) 
145-A Stoves Frederick (c) 
150 Besley Weldon (c) 

152 Cofield Wilson (c) 
159 Walker Nathaniel (c) 
Bedford Place Intersects 
Longview Intersects 

187 Brock May (c) 

188 Gantt Cicero 

189 Amos Minnie (c) 

190 Jones Jesse (c) 
191-A Colley Jones (c) 
191-B Jones Claudia (c) 
192 Walker Edward (c) 
193-A Pye Charles (c) 
193-B Hurley Patsy (c) 

Hilliard Intersects 
235 Robinson Charley (c) 
237 Hutchison Charles (c) 
239 Freeman Georgia (c) 
241 Smith Jesse (c) 

Summitt Av Intersects 

246 Solomon L Joffef (c) 

247 Barker Vinie (c) 

248 Dawson William (c) 

249 Gray Cornelia (c) 

251 Holman Eli (c) 

252 Little Sophia (c) 

253 Evans Clifford (c) 
256 Johnson Thomas (c) 
259-A Page Cornelia (c) 
259-B Page Dilsy <c) 
260 Wood Simon fc> 



261-A Sanders Steve (c) 
261-B Waters Lucy B (c) 



CURTIS ALLEY, from Peters e 
to C of Ga Ry nr Haynes 



CURTIS STATION, on East Lake 
car line 



CYPRESS, from 22 E Kimball n 
to 8th, 1 w of Peachtree, paved 
with macadam from 5th to 6th 
and 8th to Peachtree Place 

1 Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

Kimball Intersects 

2 Freeman Henry (c) 

Third Intersects 

3 Stones Lucius (c) 

6 Hubbard Tinkie (c) 
Fifth Intersects 
100 Richie John F 

Sixth Intersects 
Eighth Ends 
160 Leary Neal P 
162 Allen James B 
166 Chamberlin Henry B 
Peachtree Place Intersects 



DABNEY, from Park av e to S 
Boulevard, 3 n of Glennwood 
av, paved with chert through- 
out 

14 Thompson James C 

15 Lanford William J 

17 Williamson Joseph 

18 Gordon Crawford D 

19 Moore Carrie Mrs 

20 Bates Howard E 



DAHLGREN, from Hardee s to 
Fair, 2 e of Moreland av 
7 Spinks William T 



DAHLGREN STATION, on S De- 
catur car line at Moreland av 



DAISY, west end of Marietta 



DALEY AV (Edgewood), from 
Euclid av n to city limits, 2 e 
of Moreland av, sewerage 
throughout 

16 Maddox Lorena P Mrs 
19 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

21 Fretwell Joseph P 

22 Daley Walter R 
41 Clark Zabina A 



DALLAS, from Randolph e 
Sou Ry, 2 n of Angier av 
7 Bradshaw Henry C 
Wilmer Intersects 

49 Mothershed James (c) 



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DALNEY, from Hemphill av w 
to Emmett, 1 n of State 
Gallatin X at 3 
1 Robinson Henry 
3 Tinsley Guyton F 

Gallatin Intersects 
9 Baskin Walter A 
11 Humphries Arnold R 

15 Gaines Oscar Y 

16 Long William J 

17 Baldwin Thomas C 

18 Bohler John J 

19 Dangley Joseph E 

20 Burdette Charles A 



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21 Penn Edward H 

22 Wood Lula J Mrs 

23 Brannon Mary Mrs 

24 Thompson J Homer 

25 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

26 Lee James A 

Clayton Intersects 
94 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
100 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
102 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
108 Webb William B 



DALTON, from Hill e to Grant 
2 s of McDonough road 



D'ALVIGNY, from 194 Gray w 
to Chestnut, 1 n of North av 
2 Walker Richard (c) 
4 Williams Pink (c) 
6 Hill Wesley (c) 
8 Stokes Frank (c) 
10 Moden Henry (c) 
12 Gypson Benjamin (c) 
14 Barns Mattie (c) 
16 North John H (c) 
18 Smith Robert (c) 
24 Wright Mary (c) 

siriuii; Intersects 
26 Reese Robert (c) 
30 Tribble John S 
32 Martin Henry H 
34 Haynes Benjamin F 
Lambert Intersects 
Julian Intersects 
192 Stegall Warren 

194 Brown Marv Mrs 

195 Ware Wradford R (c) 

196 Davis Thomas J 

199 Speer James H 

200 Ballard John A 
209 Davis Martha Miss 

Echo Intersects 

211 Allen George H 

212 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

213 Hames William C 

217 Brown Nancy Mrs 

218 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
220 Gignilliat Eugene 

Griffin Intersects 

222 McLeod Harry S 

223 McGuyrt George R 
242 Chandler Alonzo L 
244 Weems Arver \V 
247 Clower Vernon 



DANIEL, from 520 Decatur n to 
415 Edgewood av, 1 e of Boule- 
vard, sewerage. and water 

throughout 

10 Eaves Mary (c) 

12 Roberts Hattie (c) 

12% Moreland Elizabeth (c) 

13 Allen William (c) 

14 Bradley James (c) 
16 Allen Florence (c) 

18 Richardson Georgia (c) 
18% Stallings Reuben (c) 

19 Nelson Minnie (c) 

20 Hutchinson Oscar (c) 
20 y 2 Jackson Elijah (c) 
22 Perkins Nora (c) 

24 Swift John (c) 

25 Duke Ernest (c) 

28 Jenkins Chaney (c) 

30 Rountree Henry (c) 

31 Williams Laura (c) 
33 Harper William (c) 
35 Veasy Patrick (c) 



39 Moncrief Sallie (c) 

45 McWhorter Edward (c) 

Garrell Intersects 

46 Stevenson Lucy (c) 

47 Arnold Joseph (c) 
47-A Lofton John (c) 
49 Holley Anna (c) 

51 Mayes Lawson W (c) 

52 Clements William (c) 

54 Bentley Shelby (c) 

55 Mayes James (c) 

56 Beckham Ross (c) 
58 Tyus Jesse (c) 

60 DeFoe Irene (c) 

61 Stevenson Stephen A (c) 

62 Tutt Louis (c) 

62% Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
66 Griffin John L (c) 
68 Bruce Henry (c) 



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DARGAN, from 294 Oak n to 102 
Greenwich, 1 w of Lawton, 
paved with chert 

15 Nolan William T 

16 Bennett John H 

20 Reynolds Linton G 
23 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

25 Hull James W 

26 Ewing Tracy 

29 Harris William R 

30 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
34 Cash George T 



DARGAN PLACE, from 101 
Greenwich n to 158 Sells av 
39 Dempfey Michael 

Rafter James J 
43 Henderson William B 
49 McCarthy Charles H 

52 Coleman Edward J 

53 McRee James E 

56 Bernolah Stephen M 

57 Henderson William B Jr 
61 Sheats Walter M Jr 

65 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

66 Carlock Perry S 



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to near Simpson, sewerage and 
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Dover Intersects 

1 Simmons Marcus (c) 

2 Polk Mattie (c) 

6 Thomas George (c) 

Chapel Intersects 

7 Bailey James (c) 

8 Worthy Hemp (c) 

9 Wilson Ida (c) 

10 Johnson Benjamin (c) 

11 Carr John (c) 

14 Douglas Maggie (c) 

15 McKenny Hattie (c) 

Markhnin Intersects 

16 Roberts Dora (c) 

18 Mangum Janie (c) 

19 Granberry Isaiah (c) 
19-A Perry Henrv (c) 
19-B Jackson Walter (c) 

Whites Alley Begins 

20 Bostick Alonzo (c) 

21 Mapps Susie (c) 
21-A Spivey Frank (c) 

22 Bostic Lonnie (c) 
22-A Douglas Bud (c) 

23 Butler .Minnie <c) 
23 A Johnson Andrew (c) 



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DAVIS — Cont'd 

24 Watson Promise (c) 

Miller Alley Begins 

25 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
25-A Phillips Julia (c) 
25-B Johnson Ollie (c) 

Dover Intersects 

29 Smith Lizzie (c) 

30 Williams Lucius (c) 

31 Brown Mamie (c) 
33 Humphreys Ella (c) 

35 Brown Annie (c) 

36 Farmer Ellen (c) 

Mitchell Intersects 
44 Fincher Benjamin F 
47 Magby Luther (c) 

49 Greer Andrew (c) 

50 Clayton William S 

51 Dunn Martha (c) 

53 Thomas Anna (c) 

54 Norwood Owens (c) 

57 Hicks William (c) 

58 Pride Ella (c) 

Hunter Intersects 

59 Goodrum George (c) 
60-62 Turetzky Jacob 
63 Jackson Maggie (c) 

65 White Edward (c) 

66 Allen Leliah A Mrs 

68 Whatley Ary A Mrs 

69 Dollar Mollie Mrs 

73 Garrett William H 

74 Warwick John C 

75 Boss Abraham E 

78 Harris Samuel 

79 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

82 Campbell Thomas J 

83 Avery William P 

84 Tillander Charles G 
87 Hardman John T 

91 Brenner Carl 

92 Huff Henry L 
95 Burnett John C 

98 Thomas Claude F 

99 Barron James R 
00 Rogers William H 
02 O'Connor Robert L 

04 Wade Robert W 

Carter Begins 

05 Bostick Jacob L Rev 

09 Goldstein Julius 

10 McDade William F 
13 Norton William F 

17 Gladfelter Milton P 

18 Quarles Eugene G 

19 Goldstein Julius 

Rhodes Intersects 
21 Kalech Nathan 
22-A Kalech Nathan 
22-B Page Virginia B Mrs 
23 Bagwell William O 
25 Mauldin Alexander M 

27 Dougherty Charles H 

28 Mincey William H 

29 Smith William L 

30 Garrison Mary V Mrs 

32 American Box File Mfg Co 

34 Hargis James O 

35 King Thomas H 

39 Philips Morris 

40 Collins Robert T 

43 Davis John F 

44 Townsend William L 

47 Hallman Levi E 

48 Sexton Elizabeth A Mrs 

50 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
50y 2 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

51 Martin J Frank 



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Magnolia Intersects 

-55 Hunter John M 
Borngesser Bert V 
Hyer William T 
Shields J Frank 
Rogers James 
Gardner Burton E 
Harris Pleasant J 
Hanson John 
Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
Miller W Mayson 
Williams William E 
Ward Arthur L 
Stallings Alfred S 
Myers Dennis D 
Cagle Abraham M 
Ragsdale Thomas J 
Gardner & Myers 

Foundry Intersects 
Caraway Samuel W 
Askew Nolan O 
Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
McCain Richard 

Spencer Begins 
Myers Guy A 
Caraway Walter C 
Turner Mattie E 
Newman William H 
Corley John T 

Thurmond Intersects 

Bock Ends 

Simpson Intersects 

Jones Av Intersects 
Cowan Joseph J 
Loyd Andrew D 
Clarke John T 
Western Av Intersects 
Chapman Charles E 
Bell Isaac T 
Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
Caldwell Albert S 

John Intersects 
Jones John (c) 
Blakeley James (c) 
Allen Eliza (c) 
Franklin Lewis (c) 
Freeman John (c) 
Wyatt Bessie (c) 
Williams Oscar (c) 
Johnson Thomas (c) 
Chandler Edna <c) 
Pearson George (c) 
Marsh John (c) 
Hutcherson Joseph (c) 
English Hugh (c) 
Hollingsworth Hattie (c) 
A Wims Carrie (c) 
B Jones Maggie (c) 
Johnson Millie (c) 
Mosley Rhoda (c) 
Marcus Mary (c) 
Jones Rachael (c) 
Smith John H (c) 
Hill William (c) 
Johnson Celia (c) 
Dorsey Louise (c) 
Wilson Charles (c) 
Malone Lottie (c) 
Wiley James fc) 
Fuston William (c) 
Hall William (c) 

Kennedy Intersects 
Wagner Jeremiah 
Patterson Andrew (c) 
Magsby James (c) 
Ayres George (c) 
Hardaman Johnson (c) 



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Dozier Georgia (c) 
Martin Mitchell (c) 
Parker Edmond (c) 
Griffin James (c) 
Smith Washington (c) 
Cunningham John (c) 
Terrell Melvina (c) 
Bowdre Douglas (c) 
Metts Sarah (c) 
Hampton Mollie (c) 
Bell James R (c) 
Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
Massey George (c) 
Jackson Jesse (c) 
Williams Carrie (c) 
Tate Cynthia (c) 
Williams Allen (c) 
Moss George (c) 
Bright Zula 
Crenshaw Frank (c) 
Tanner Roxie (c) 



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12 Henderson Lila B Mrs 

15 Guess WMlliam G 

16 Klngree Albert S 
20 Vickery Joseph K 



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to Waddell 1 n of Ga R R, 
paved with wood block to Lucy 
with macadam from Lucy to 
Waddell, sewerage from Peach- 
tree to Howell and Gunby to 
Krog, water throughout 
1 United Cigar Stores Co 

4 Rosenthal Benjamin 

5 Weatherly Harvey N 
5% Varnedoe, Harry 
6-8 Silvey, John & Co 
7 Brown, Thomas 

9 Kimball House Pool Room 
10 Gould Building 

Union Savings Bank 

Southern Mortgage Co 

Campbell R O Coal Co 
201-2-3 Campbell R O Coal Co 
205-07 MacCarthv F W Co 
208-09 Durham & Smith, Drs 
210-12 Scott W M & R S Morris 
301-11 Stevens George A K 

Arnold & Arnold 

Hill Lamar 

Hill Edward C 
312 Hill & Wright 
401 Renfroe J N & Co 
402-03 Chapman E C 
404-06 Wise & Co 
407 Piedmont Fertilizer Co 
408-09 Modern Construction Co 

Smith John A 
410 Gould Bldg Stock Room 
411-12 Miles Edward O 
501 Galphin B Foster 

503 Baker Frank B 
Spain A Hartwell 
Elfe Glover C 

504 Brown A Paul 



".05-06 Mutual Sav & Loan Co 
George M M 
Taliaferro William T 

507 Clayton George A 
Haskins Charles R 
Battelle James R 

508 Fostoria Incan Lamp Wks 

509 Alston F Roland 
510-12 Jackson Charles M 

Jackson Earl S 
601 Watts Publishing Co 
602-3 Morris Elisha S 
604 Atlanta Collection Co 

Davis Charles E 

Copeland Carl B 

Sou Title & Guarantee Co 
605-07 Vollmer Mfg Co 

608 Geinart Mary L Mrs 

609 Vacant Nov 1, 1912 

610 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 
611-12 Latham Edgar 
701 Beckham Burt B 

Mathias Jennings B 
703 No Name Hat Mfg Co 
704-5-6 & 711-12 Asso Charities 
707-09 Anti-Tuberculosis Assn 
710 Ga Children's Home Society 
Deeatur Continued 
10% Stephens T Patrick 

Berger Isaac 
11 Barksdale Robert D 
13 Lauren Thomas C 

15 Adler Edwin 

16 Mendel Hyman 

17 Law Bros Co 

18 Burnett Wm J 

18% Palace Pool Parlor 

19 Kimball House 

20 Plaza Cafe 

21 Cone Earl H 

N Pryor Intersects 
24-32 McConnell Shoe & Clo Co 

33 Rouss Benedict 

34 Kingsberry Shoe Co 

35 Moss Daniel 
35-B Theros Anagos 

36 New York Clothing Co 

37 Dobbins & Gilbert 

38 Dixie Tailoring Co 

38 V 2 Frankel Clothing Co 

39 Lion Tailoring Co 

41 Frankel Morris 

42 Ellman & Son 
4 2V2 Eal House 

43 Stone & Kemmerer 
Barnett & Stein 

43% Powers Frederick M 
Chelsey John (c) 

44 Eplan Loan Co 

45 Silverman Simon 
Buckalew Robert C 
Blustin Easau D 

46 C & H Tailoring Co 

47 Cheatham Clifford D 
47% Harris Walter (c) 

48 Sanders Isaac 
48V2 Hazan Isaac 

50 Cohen & Feinberg 

51 Jacobs Isadore 
Perry Bros 

Atlanta Chimney Sweep Co 

52 Gate Citv Loan Office 

53 S & J Tailoring Co 
53% Jackson William A (c) 

Evans George M Dr (c) 
:. \ Little Robert M 
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56 Schaul Henry H 



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DECATUR — Cont'd 


122 King Hardware Co 


57 Smullyan Philip H 


123 Lewis Bros 


58 Mallas George 


123% Vacant Sept 23, 1912 


59 Levy Isaac 


124 Famous Theatre (c) 


Kline Samuel 


125 O'Donnell Cornelius 


Central Av Intersects 


125-A Hazelton James F 


60 Brown Thomas D 


125-B Brown Robert R 


60% Strong William (c) 


125% Howell Josie Madam 


62 Bplan Solomon B 


127 Dixie Theatre (c) 


64 Brown Thomas 


129 Vacant Nov 15, 1912 


66 Amiel Ralph & Co 


130 Atlanta Tailoring Co 


67 Christopoulos Harold N 


131-33 Morris Bros 


69 Brown Charles S 


132 Poulos Angelus 


71 Shapiro Adolph 


134 Zachem George J 


73 Gerakitis Theodore 


136 Central Pawn Shop 


73% Pollack Max 


137-39 Morris C R & L M 


74 Mitchell Peter 


138-40 Cook Hardware Co 


Ivy Begins 


141 Richmond Shoe Co 


75 Solloway David 


141% Bradley Annie Madam 


75-A Lehman Samuel 


142 Boorstein Solomon 


76 Clein Bros 


142% Zion Morris 


77 Mann Adam C 


143 Batchelor & Cowan 


78 Dixie Loan Office 


Lawson L D 


78% Mayfield Andrew (c) 


144 Sinkovitz Nathan 


79 Matrangos Christ 


146 Papouchado Vick 


80 Harris Walter P (c) 


147 Batchelor James A 


80 % Evans Amanda Madam 


148 Jennings & Co 


81 Arcade Theatre (c) 


149 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 


82 Daher Moses S 


150 Brantingham John 


83 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 


Piedmont Av Intersects 


84 Maloof Clyde 


151 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 


85 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 


152 Jacobs Pharmacy Co 


86 Piedmont Loan Office 


153 Cook Bros 


87 Cooper James M (c) 


154 Mann David M 


88-90 Webb Dry Goods Co 


154-A Fleshner & Adar 


S9 Campbell Bros 


155 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 


92 Morris Barney 


156 Dukes Thomas (c) 


93 Wilson Joseph L 


157 Cohen B & Co 


94 Morris Isaac 


158 Deep & Najjar 


941/2 Reid Lonnie H (c) 


159 Hussey P M & Co 


95 Goldstein Samuel 


159-A Roberts George M 


95y 2 Ketchem Jacob I 


159% Enright Patrick H 


96 Hawkins Moses (c) 


161 Elliott Louis V 


96 y 2 Dupree William M (c) 


162 Hays Hendrix & Son 


97 Williams Frederick L 


163 Britt P H & Bro 


97% Weitzman Nathan 


164 Najour Costa G 


98 National Pawn Shop 


166 Good As New Clo Shop 


98% Cohen Litman 


167 Goldstein Joseph H 


99 Hawks John (c) 


167% Enright Patrick H 


100 Atlanta Loan Office 


169 Haranis Harry B 


101 Sinkovitz Isaac 


170 Matthews & Lively 


102 Evans William H 


171-79 Police Headquarters 


102% Lyons Percy Madam 


172 Wallace Arthur (c) 


103 Cohen Morris 


174 Davis James A 


103% Martin Calvin (c) 


176 Moore Ellis 


104 Hosias Louis 


178 Church Egbert L 


105 Council Hugh 


178% Glass William J (c) 


105-A Moon Andrew M 


180 Clyburn & Son 


105% Groodzinsky Abraham 


181 Gold Solomon J 


106 Feldman Jacob 


182 Jacobs Joseph B 


106% Lastrange C Madam 


182% Kulberoh Samuel H 


107 Athas Joseph 


183 McRoy Floyd (c) 


108 Abraham Michael 


184 Maloof Charles S & Co 


109 Grogan William E 


185 Lee Kong 


Gilbert T D 


185-A Manley Robert (c) 


110 Ney's Pharmacy 


186 Schwartz Jacob 


Courtland Begins 


186% Vacant Sept 21, 1912 


Collins Begins 


187 Feldman Jacob 


111 Randall John C 


188 Caroles Christopher 


112 Mandel Alexander 


189 Danneman Aaron 


113 Levi Benjamin 


190 Mitchell James 


Prisock Michael J 


191 Wray Grover C 


114 Rubin Jacob 


192 Hodges William J Dr 


115 Ginsberg Abraham 


Butler Begins 


115% Chapman Helen Madam 


192% Vacant Sept 19, 1912 


117 Pegelson Abraham 


193 Prather Estes (c) 


120 P & J Loan Co 


194 Poole William M 


120% Summers Napoleon '(c) 


195 Holloway Cebrel (c) 



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276 Abernathy Thomas N 


197 Webb Edward (c) 


276% Fleming Hilliard A 


197-A No such number 


278 Mansour John 


197-B No such number 


279 Hendrix May Miss 


197% Hawkins Moses (c) 


280 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 


198 Powers & Hayes 


282 Williams Eugene C 


200 Maloof Mender 


284 Bradosky Samuel 


200% No such number 


286 Kennedy Failous J 


201 Lyons Patrick 


288-94 Polk James K 


McCoril Place Intersects 


295 Torn down 


202 Danneman Bros 


297 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 


203 Vacant Sept 19. 1912 


298 Combrevi Augustus 


204-A Hampton Fannie (c) 


299 Bellinger Mollie Miss 


204-B Vacant Sept 19, 1912 


300 Cooley Furniture Co 


204-C Vacant Sept 19, 1912 


301 Kelley Josephine Mrs 


204-D Rosenberg Abraham 


302 Adamson & Son 


205 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 


303 Lamb Delcena A Miss 


206 Clein Isaac 


304-06 Turner P S & Co 


206-A Glustrom Solomon 


305 Cain Solomon 


207 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 


Bell Intersects 


208 Weinberg- Joseph 


307 Cohen Julius 


209 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 


308-10 Carroll Winston R 


210 Maloof Thomas 


309 Hawkins Carrie (c) 


211 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 


312 Henley Hunter H 


212 Gray James H (c) 


314 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 


214 Kelber Sophia Mrs 


316-18 Henry Bros 


216 Be'rman Louis 


316-A Vacant Sept 17, 1912 


218 Saliba Solomon 


320 Siegel Koolman 


220 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 


322 Zabludowsky Louis 


220% Abras Joseph 


324 Zabludowsky Louis 


222 Rodgers Joseph T 


325-27 Schoen Bros 


224 Davis Samuel M 


326 Fell Dora (c) 


226 McCord-Stewart Co, Stables 


326-A Toland & Co 


228 Mansour Joseph 


326-C Mercer Dora (c) 


228% Vacant Sept 18, 1912 


328 Martin Melville C Dr 


230 Krasner Samuel 


329 Stone Co F I Warehouse 


Pratt Begins 


330 Krasner Samuel 


232 Klapper Albert C 


332 Seigel Isaac 


234-36 Drake John E 


334 Sheppard Clara (c) 


235 Southern Ry Freight Depot 


340 Silverman Simon 


238 George Bros 


Fort Begins 


240 Azar George 


342 Heyman Emile 


242 Hoffman Hyman 


342% Foster Carrie (c) 


242% Vacant Sept 18, 1912 


344-50 Sou Iron & P Stock Co 


243 Truitt S M & Son 


352-54 Burned 


244 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 


356 Mason Bertha (c) 


246 Feckoury Philip E 


358 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 


246% Feckoury Philip E 


360 Hooks Mollie (c) 


248 Adler Max 


Grant Begins 


250 Carter Andrew 


362 Jones Fred (c) 


252 Adler Max 


364 Pope Thomas T 


253-A Mann L Frances Miss 


366 Fitterman Edel 


253-B Shorter Sallie (c) 


368 Siegel Morris 


254 Behar & Saul 


370 Emory G W Furn Co 


256 Lysten Harry 


372 Dobkin Himie 


257 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 


Hilliard Begins 


258 Brown Louis 


374 Silverman Louis 


258% Ray Thomas F 


376 Mitchell Drug Co 


260 Michael David 


376% Allison Carl 


260-A Aikens Pearl (c) 


378 Mitchell Printing Co 


260-B Newton Savannah (c) 


380-82 Vacant Sept 20. 1912 


260-C Jenkins John (c) 


384-86 Wright D S & Co 


260-D Lancet Harry 


38S Torn down 


262 Coury Nayef 


392 Torn down 


264 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 


398 Austin Mamie Mrs 


264-A Goodman Fannie 


400-02 Markowitz Eli 


264% Majjar Henry 


404 Silverman Julius 


266 Green & Gerinsky 


406 Connor Minnie R Mrs 


267-69 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 


408 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 


268 Taylor Thomas M 


410 Silverman Louis J 


268% Gwinn John J A 


414 Cooper Essie (c) 


270 Lichtenstein E (Warehouse) 


415 Harkey William C 


270% Entrance changed to 


418 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 


Moore st 


Yonge Begins 


272 Lipsius Alex S 


420 Taratoot Harry 


Moore Intersects 


427 Torn down 


273 Wynn Clinton 


428 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 


274 Gottlieb Morris 


432 Phillips John W 




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Jackson Ends 

442 Daniel Ophelia G Mrs 
444 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
446 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
448 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
458 Shelnutt William T 
460 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

Lucy Begins 
462-64 Reid William (c) 
462 % Myers Albert H 
466 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
466-A Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
468 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
468-A Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
468-B Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
470 Smith W F & Bro 
472-74 Gibson William B 
482 Libbowsky Joseph 

Fitzgerald Begins 
484 Trotzier Louis 
486 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
488-90 White William A 
492 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
494 Strickland Roy 
498 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
500 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
502 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 ■ 

Boulevard Begins 
504 Boulevard Pharmacy 
506 Valensky Hyman S 

508 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

509 White Thomas P 

510 Bond Thomas L 

512 Richardson Ross V (c) 
514 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
516 Preston Thomas J 
520 Turner James T 
522 Shealy Laura Miss . 
522 V 2 Sanders Robert 

Daniel Begins 
524 Ray Charels C 
526 Hearn & Thornton 
526% Awtrey E Samuel 
528-530 Johnson Adolphus L 

530 y 2 Bullard Sallie M Mrs 

531 Brice George W 

532 Klotz Hyman 

Howell Begins 
536 Arnold Bernard A 
536 Kizer Alfred W 
Starnes Robert A 
O'Conner Delia M Mrs 
538 Berger Louis 
540 Berger Louis 
544 Rothenberg Andrew 
544 Bradley Anna Mrs 
546 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
548 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
550 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
552 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
552V 2 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

Bradley Begins 
554 Gaddis Archibald C 
556 Lanier Bros 
558 Claxton W M 
562 Chewning & Estes 
562 y 2 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
566 Hughes James 
568 Roughton Jabez F Dr 
570 Pierce J C & Son 
572 Carter John D 
574 McCoy George H (c) 
576 Macon Henry (c) 
580 Clay Georgia A Mrs 
580 y 2 Johnson John (c) 
582 Mitchell Jeston T 
584 Garber Elias 



Cornelia Begins 

586 Simpkins Isaac D 
588 Campbell R O Coal Co 
Southern By Interseets 

602 Key Gilbert W 

Ella Place Begins 

604 Vacant Oct 18. 1912 
608 Vacant Oct 18, 1912 
610 Grant Thomas L 
616 Holloway William H 
620 Vacant Oct 18, 1912 
624 Vacant Oct 18, 1912 

Gunby Place Begins 
628 Brown James M 
630 Lackey William A 
634 Sorrow William J 
636 Newsome William 
638 Smith William R 
640 Hendrix Lewis N 
Upchurch Plennie 
676 Inman Park Public School 

Krog Begins 
680 Clay James M 



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"Decatur" at corner Peachtree 
and Edgewood av 



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DECKNER AV, from Stewart av 
w to Jonesboro rd, 2 s of Dill 
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DEERLAND (Deerland Station) 
from Peachtree rd w to Bratton 



DEERLAND STATION, on S A L 

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DEGIVES ALLEY, from 161 

Peachtree e to Ivy, paved 'with 
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DE GRESS AV, from 962 DeKalb 
av n w to Alta av, sewerage 

throughout 

13 Tucker J Andrew 

15 Haskell Sallie Mrs 

16 Davis Edward F 

18 Humphries William F 

19 East Atl Primitive Bap Ch 

20 Brisendine Robert P 

30 Henry Robert E 

31 Vacant Oct 1, 1912 

32 Sellers Alfred D 

35 Burns Joseph E 

36 Claiborne William 

40 Bates Benjamin F 
Forrester Samuel N 

41 Bussey James H 

45 Flury William H 

46 Turner William D 

47 Stowers Henry N 

48 Parker Sallie A Mrs 

49 Hillman Annie Mrs 

50 Lewis John 



DEKALB AV, from Waddell e to 
city limits, continuation of De- 
catur st, paved with macadam 
from Waddell to Moreland av, 
sewerage from Hurt to More- 
land av and Whiteford to city 
limits, water from Waddell 
to Connecticutt 



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602Vaeant Oct 31, 1912 
604 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
610 Grant Thomas L 
616 Holloway William H 
620 Haney Albert 
624 Upchurch Jesse 
628 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
630 Lackey William A 
632 Thompson Tollie 
634 Sorrow William 
636 Kodlba Dado 
638 Smith William R 

Krog Intersects 
640 Upchurch Plennie 
680 Clay James 

Wnddell Intersects 
684 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
704 Jeffries Rebecca Mrs 
Smith John J 

Spruce Intersects 
732 Green Albert L 
736 Foard Robert O 
738 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

Delta Place Intersects 
786 Reeves Frederick A 

Waverly Way Intersects 
S20 Turner William R 
826 Kiser Emma D Mrs 
Park Lane Ends 
832 Chamlee George W 
Hurt Begins 
Elizabeth Begins 
834 Hutchinson Anthony 

Battery Place Intersects 
896 Hendry Charles H 
898 Thompson William T 
904 Holland Kate B Mrs 
906 Cox Henry T 
948 Tidwell Jacob S 
956 Hogan James 

DeGress Av Begins 
962 Lanford Thomas B 
970 Arnold Margaret Mrs 
984 Marks Oscar 
986 Mathis Charles 
988 Elliotte Joseph 
990 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 
990 Cotter James 
996 Ware Edward R 
1000 Ware Rogers 
1003 Vacant Sept 14. 1912 

Harralson Av Begins 
1012 Hancock Benjamin A 
1016 Kistner Charles B 
1022 Mather John H Rev 
1024 Engine Co No 12 

Morelnml Av Begins 
1050 Garland Adolphus R 
1054 Hardman James R 
1058 Garrity William B 

Josephine Begins 
1064 Stallings Luther 
1068 Vacant Sept 11. 1912 
1070 Morris Delilah E Mrs 
1080 Goree Clinton F 

Klinira Heights Begins 
1094 Covington Melville L 
1100 Smith Beulah Mrs 
1120 Bull Alonzo T 

Candler Begins 
1132 Hagan John T 
1136 Hagan Lee 
113S Ruggles Elizabeth Mrs 
1142 Bond George R 
1150 Volberg Frederick L 
1162 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 



1166 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
ST 117U Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
1174 Carroll D Henry 

Ferguson Begins 
117s Johnson William J 
11 SO Leveritt William S 
1184 Brown Ezekiel B 
1188 Simmons John C 
1192 Jones Elmer L 
1194 Nelson Louis 

Wliitefoord Av Intercscts 
1196 Phillips Basil E 
1230 Cleveland Mollie Mrs 
1238 Fife George C 
1246 Fallin James C 
1250 McNair John R 
1256 Butts William C 
1260 Baker William E 

Mayson Av Intersects 
1264 Farmer Jimpsie 

Glendale Av Begins 
1360 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
1378 Simmons G W & Son 
1382 Simmons George W Jr 

Brooks Av Begins 
1390 Cox James R 
1392 Arnett John S 
1394 Reynolds William J 
1396 Curry Sarah A Mrs 
Clifton Av Begins 
1422 Muse Oscar P 
1424 Moss John T 
1442 Veach Saint E 
1444 Vacant Sept 15, 1912 
1450 Kilgore Bertha Mrs 
1452 Harralson Willis C 
1458 Morley Stephen C 
1460 Gaines Daniel B 

Arizona Av Begins 
1462 Pratur Shelton L 
1504 Hardin John R 
1508 Grubbs Andrew J 
Stallings & Son 
Sitton Karl E 
Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

Mell Av Begins 
Ross Carl J 
Owens William T 
Mell Jackson B 
Connecticut Av Begins 
Hayes Millard H 
Hull Av Begins 



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from Arizona av e to Connecti- 
cut av. 3 n of DeKalb av. sew- 
erage throughout 
7 Lutes Jacob M 
1 1 Revnolds Ernest P 
14 Davis Arthur E 

Connecticut Av Intersects 



DELAWARE AV (Ormewood Pk) 



DELBRIDGE. from 229 Walnut w 
to Sunset av. 1 n of Rhodes, 
water from Vine to Eden, sew- 
erage Walnut to Vine 

1 Johnson Daniel (c) 

2 Glover Mary (c) 

3 Rayford Amanda (c) 

4 Mason Malinda (c) 

5 Favors Sandy (c) 
t* Porter Eula (c) 

7 Calloway Albert (c) 

8 Jackson Edith (c) 

9 Bennett Rufus (c) 
10 Walker Emma (c) 



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DELBRIDGE — Cont'd 

11 Young Gus (c) 

12 Hill Rosa (c) 

14 Myles James C (c) 

15 Haygood Alexander (c) 

16 Redd Duncan (c) 

17 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

18 Bell Otis (c) 

20 Curry Arthur (c) 

21 Baldwin Henry (c) 

22 Shaw Clay (c) 

23 Williamson Noah (c) 

24 Shibbetts Alice (c) 

26 Walker William (c) 

27 Pointer Emily (c) 

28 Thomas Laura (c) 

29 Harrison James (c) 
31 Davis Spencer (c) 

Vine Intersects 

42 Robinson James (c) 

43 Hill Lizzie (c) 

44 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

45 Thomas James (c) 
47 Herndon Robert H 

51 Palmer William M (c) 

52 Baker Mary (c) 

53 Moon Thomas (c) 

55 Maxey Julia (c) 

56 Warner Lee (c) 

58 Gilder Georgia (c) 

59 Robertson Bertha (c) 

61 Crowder Rena (c) 

62 Hill Lula (c) 

64 Clark John (c) 

65 Miller Joseph (c) 

67 Jackson Andrew (c) 

68 Mcintosh James (c) 
71 Johnson William (c) 

74 Stewart Lucius 

75 Holliday George (c) 
82 Johnson William (c) 



DELEVAN, from Windsor w to 
Stewart av, 4 s of Rockwell 



DELOACH CROSSING, 
lege Park car line 



on Col- 



DELTA PLACE, from Edgewood 
av, s to Fair, 1 e of Waddell 
in Inman Park, water from 
Edgewood av to Harold av, 
sewerage from Wylie to Fair 

2 Frederick Frederick 

3 McCall C Horace 
6 Ferguson John W 
8 Brown Andrew 

14 Mower Lucy Mrs 
20 McLean Joel J 

20 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

DeKalb Av Intersects 

21 Danforth William 
23 Meek Odessa Miss 

Georgia H R Intersects 



Seaboard Av Intersects 

26 Wallace James M 
30 Wallace Dallas 
36 Prather Thomas W 
Wylie Intersects 
60 Snead Francis M 
62 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
64 Woodruff Savannah Mrs 
66 Marston John H 
68 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
72 Peters Matthew (c) 
76 Peters Marie (c) 
78 Benfield Lula (c) 

80 Jordan Angeline (c) 

Marcus Ends 

81 Thomas George (c) 

84 Berry Nicie (c) 

85 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
S5 Sims Emma (c) 

87 Dupree Flora (c) 
Kirkwood Av Intersects 

88 Harbin John A 

90 Chappell William R 
90 Yarbray James L 
92 Jenkins John W 
96 Carter Jessie G 

Harold Intersects 
98 Shumate Henry C 
100 Keen Samuel A 

Thompson John R 
123 Bostain John M 
127 Cartledge Arthur L 

Fulton Terrace Ends 



DEMOREST 

Heights) 



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DERNELL, from Emmet n to 
14th, 1 e of Hemphill av 
2 Stroud William E 
4 Hamilton Robert L 
6 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
9 Holcomb Harris B 

10 Shumate James B 

11 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

12 Orr Jesse M 

14 Jacobs J Thomas 
16 Tawzer Richard E 
18 Clark William A 

25 Kinney Missouri E Mrs 

26 Michael Mattie Mrs 

27 Smith Luther R 

28 Stowe James R 

29 Henson Frederick L 

30 Powell Charles H 

Ethel Intersects 
30 Henson William B 
33 Turnipseed Felix H 
72 Poss J Miller 
131 Mize William D 



DE SOTO, from Ashby w to Ol- 
lie, 2 n of Hunter 









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DEWALD ALLEY, from 306 
Whitehall w to C of Ga Ry, 1 
s of Windsor 



DEWEY, from Mary s to Bagley. 
1 e of Stewart av, sewerage 
Arthur to Mary 

25 Muellechner Michael 

26 Reinhardt Hixey J Mrs 

27 Vacant Oct 20, 1912 

Arthur Intersects 

28 Vacant Oct 20, 1912 
au Aiaffett Delos L 



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DIAMOND, from 266 W Fair, n 
one block, 1 w of Pine 



DICKERT. from 350 S Boulevard 
e, 2 s or Glennwood av 



DICKSON PL, from 42 Eleventh 
n one-half square 
1-A Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
1-B Wright Max 
6 Hayes Edward M 

8 Vacant October 15, 1911 

9 Dryman Henry T 
11 Spears Bayard C 



DILL. AV (Capitol View), from 
Stewart av w to C of Ga Ry, 2 
s of A & W P Belt Line R R 

7 Patrick John M 

8 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
10 Cook Augustus C 
14 Cole Oliver C 

20 Jepson James L 

23 Nesbitt Rudolph 

Oak Intersects 

24 Garrett Andrew D 
48 McLane Luther C 

56 Branan J W 

57 Powell John R F 

Poplar Renins 

58 Stewart John F 

60 Rougon Frederick F Dr 
62 Smith Oscar A 

64 George James A 

65 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

Elm Ends 

66 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

67 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

69 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

70 Rice R John 

72 Irby Robert J 

73 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
78 Smith David P 

80 Madaris George W 
101 Robertson James A 

103 Tinsley Frank C 

Rock Intersects. 

104 Stipe Julia C Mrs 

105 Mann Mattie Arms 

106 White Thomas E 
108 Holland William J 
112 Stewart William A 
132 Kellogg Walter T 
136 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
138 Fuller Thomas K 

Everlmrt Begins 
143 Cooper W Garland 
145 Price Lydia Mrs 
148 Dolvin Carl 
150 Smith John A 

155 Bowman C G 

156 Thurman Joshua B 
165 Dickev Rov S 

181 Harwell John J 

Hartford Av Intersects 

195 Green Henry 

Lunsford Napoleon B 
Northrup George 
Schell Otis 
Morrison John F 
Goodwin Philmore M F 



DILLS CROSSING, on College Pk 
car line 



DILLON", from Curran w. 
Marietta 
1 Hall James I 



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3 Bell George H 
5 Todd R Obie 
7 Stone W Guy 
9 Alford James T 

11 Scott Jesse G 

12 Pruett Edward 

Hampton Intersects 
15 Ham David H 
32 Threlkeld Edward 
34 Coghan Frank 
38 Hall Mary J Mrs 
42 Scott John P 
48 Robertson James N 
53 Farr Harvey 

55 Alexander Thomas C 

Grove Regains 

56 Mitchell Edward L 
60 Ledford Adkin 




63 Williams Missouri E Mrs 

Fielder Ends i 

64 Gresham Rosa A Mrs 
67 Armistead William J 
69 Chandler David (c) 

77 Fortner Sarah 



DIMMOCK (Oakland City), from 
Lee w to Peeples, 1 w of Don- 
nelly av, sewerage from Lee to 
Peeples 



DIXIE AV, from Waddell e to 
Druid Circle, 1 n of Edgewood 
av, Inman Park, paved with 
macadam throughout, -water 
from Spruce to Druid Circle 

6 Bartlett Harry S 

8 Bridges Henry C 

10 Bachmann George Dr 

11 Goldwire Ashley C 

Spruce Ends 
16 Perkins Eugene C 
18 Wilson William W 
22 Warner Stonewall J 
26 Levert Samuel E 
32 Transou Charles S 
64 Johnson M W 
72 Wilkinson John R 

Druid Circle Intersects 
74 White Warren D 
76 Collier M Lamar 





DO ANE, from 630 S Pryor, w to 
Windsor, 1 s of Hendrix av, 
sewerage and water throughout 

7 Johns Radford J 
11 Edmondson William C 
15 Wikle Richard A 
i , Sheppard Charles C 
18 Bell Richard M 

20 Nabors William H 

21 Miller William T 
24 Garvin William C 

27 Granger Henry A 

28 Dunlap Arthur J 

29 Terrell Thomas C 

32 Markham John T 

33 Rivers Thomas A 

36 Garvin William B 

37 Gilbert Rudolph J 
44 Borton J Edwards 

MeDonongh Begins 
47 Oliver George W 
53 Odom Fleda Mrs 
56 Monroe John C 
61 White John M 

68 Mitchell Thomas J 

69 Lynch Perry B 



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DORA, from 149 Greensferry av, 


71 


Smith William C 


n 


to Larkin, 1 e of Koach. 




Adanmon Begins 


sewerage throughout 


74 


Vacant Sept 11, 1912 






75 


Collopy Thomas G 


DORA1 


76 


Fichter John 


Ca 


rter, 1 w of Chest-.iu*, scw- 


81 


Walden William 


erage from Beckwith to Hunt- 


82 


Naylor Earnest A 


er 




83 


Chambers James 


13 


Ector Charles (a) 


S5 


Fuss William H 




Hunter Interseets 


87 


Hornby William L 


14 


Harris Addie (o 


89 


Vacant Sept 11, 1912 




Broadnax John (c) 






15 


Brown Samuel (c) 


DOBB 


16 


Foster Carrie (c) 


n, 


1 e of Haynes 


17 


Dotson Mack ( ei 






19 
20 


Williams Mary J (c) 
Terrell Ella (c) 


DODD AV, from 368 Pulliam w 


to 


400 Cooper, 2 s of Bass, pav- 


21 


Deese Columbus <c) 


ed 


with macadam, water and 


23 


Benson Rena (c) 


sewerage throughout 


24 


Price Laura (c) 


11 


Foster John W 


26 


Howlsworth Mary (c) 


12 


Hudson James A 


27 


Taylor Lewis (c) 


14 


Wilson John M 




Clinton James (o 


17 


Coggin Burrell T 


28 


Rucker Sarah (c) 




Central Av Ends 


30 


Johnson Benjamin F (c) 


24 


Vacant Sept 14, 1912 


31 


Burson William C (c) 


25 


Henry John B 


33 


Burson Emory (c) 


26 


Vacant Sept 14, 1912 


34 


Fryer John (c) 


30 


Poole J J L & Sons 


35 


Jackson Elizabeth (c) 




Pryor Intersects 




Murphy Andrew (c) 


55 


Vacant Sept 12, 1912 




MIteliell Intersects 


1 57 


McManus Cora W Mrs 


37 


Holmes Henry (c) 


58 


Blake John 




Henderson Dora (c) 


59 


Brown Arthur E 


38 


Smith Richard (c) 


61 


Ozburn Joseph P 


39 


Wilkinson Azzilee <c) 


63 


Bell Arthur E 


41 


Patillo John H (c) 


66 


Tibbs Samuel T 


43 


Randolph Elijah (c) 


67 


Chambers Lizzie O Mrs 




Carter Interseets 


70 


Topham John C 


51 


Neal Elbert (c) 


71 


DeLay Laura V Mrs 




Beckwith Intersects 


75 


Welch B Frank 


55 


Gibson L Benjamin (c) 


76 


Smithson William P 


57 


Mayfield Claude (c) 


78 


Russell Thomas G 


82 


Perdue Columbus (c) 


79 


Murphy Thomas F 




Parsons Intersects 


80 


Cholman Roy E 










Formwalt KmN 


DOROTHY AV, Lakewood 


82 


McDevitt William P 


Heights), on Lakewood car 


85 


Ligon Harry W 


line 


90 


Stubbs William F 








93 


Mayo Laura Mrs 


DORO' 


97 


Woodberry R Emma Mrs 


St, 


Edgewood). on N Decatur 


98 


Wither Sarah Mrs 


car line 


99 


Kendley John W 








102 


Deckner Joseph J 


DORSEY, from Campbellton rd 


106 


Beck George W 


Bunker Hill, 1 w of Lee 


108 


Mitchell M M 












DOU*^ 1 


DODGE, from 283 Fort e to 270 


to 


limits, forming southern 


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DONNELLY AV. (also known as 


GI,AS STATION (Kirkwood) 


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S Decatur car line 


to 


Cascade av. 1 s of L & N 







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DOVER, from 91 Haynes w to 


18 


Woodward Bapt Ch (c) 


153 Markham. 1 n of Chapel, 


20 


L & N Public Sch (c) 


nineadamed Davis to Haynes 


26 


Smith Augustus (c) 


5 


Tiller Andrew (c) 


28 


Foster Willie (c) 


7 


White Cora (c) 


29 


Greenwood Mitchell (c) 


9 


Florence Alexander (c) 


32 


Eagle James (c) 


10 


Brandon Laura (c) 


34 


Higgins Joseph (c) 


11 


Robertson Maria (c) 


40 


McGinty William (?) 


12 


Grant Bertha (c) 


44 


Moore James E (c) 


13 


Armstrong Francis (c) 


107 


Thomas William C 


14 


Kelley Bros Co Garage 






19 


Calhoun William (c) 
Brawner Thomas (c) 


DOOI.EY AV (Ormewood), from 


21 


Woodward av w to Morelaid 


22 


Lennan Len (c) 


av 


1 s of Glennwood av 


23 


Stokes Mary (c) 



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Evans Ola (c) 
Norris Mary (el 
Nolan Elizabeth (c) 
Lidell Henry (c) 
•A Freeman Louis (c) 
B Fambro Charlotte (c) 

Davta Intersects 
Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
Butler Henry (e) 
Miller Julia (c) 
Singleton Annie (c) 
Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
Smith Callle (c) 
Washing-ton George (c) 
White's Alley Ends 
Griffin Alice (c) 
Franklin Anna (c) 
•B McAfee James (c) 
Sanders Randall (c) 
Jordan "William (c) 
•A Sanford Thomas (c) 
Gordon Annie (c) 
Williams William (c) 
Grant Goodman (c) 
Mitchell Mattie (c) 
Kimball Rosa (c) 
Walton Vinnie (c) 
Lazenby Allen (c) 
Smith Henry (c) 
Alexander Gertrude (c) 



DOWMAN-DOZIER STA, on Col- 
lege Park car line 



DOYLE (C V). from Oakland av 
s to Dill av, 1 e of C of Ga Ry 



DRAKE'S ALLEY, from 75 W 
Harris to Baker, 1 w of Wil- 
liams 



DKEW, see Franklin 



DREWRY, from Highland av w 
1 block, 1 n of Greenwood av, 
itewerage Highland av to Fred- 
erica 
1 Roberts Irving H 

32 Wood Andrew D 

33 Hecker Adam 

43 Brown Eugene B 
47 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 
47 Neville Frank 



DRUID CIRCLE, from 658 Edge- 
wood av, Inman Park, macad- 
am throughout, water from 
Waverly Way to Dixie av 
8 Rudasill Jay 

Dixie Av Euds 
12 Vacant Oct 1, 1912 
16 Green Thomas E 

20 Meldrim Harry L 

21 Taylor James H 
25 Morrison John G 
27 Thomas Charles W 
35 Hawes Willie Mrs 

Wootten Edward 
46 Katzenstein Otto 
48 Keiley P Edward 
50 Sheldon Charles A 

Euclid Av Intersects 
52 Wellborn Julia Mrs 



DRUID HILLS ROAD, from e 
end of St Charles av n, contin- 
uation of Moreland av 



DHUMMOND, from Jeptlia w to 
L & N R R, 1 n of Beckwith, 
Hewerage from Jeptha to Ash- 
by, water from Leach to Ashby 



DUNBAR, from Sims w to Hob- 
son, 1 n of Tniversity av 



DUNDEE AY, from Copenhill a\ 
n w to Argyle av, 1 e of Car- 
mel av 




DUNKIRK, from Majestic av 
to Chestnut 



DUNLAP, from 261 E Cain n to 
48 Highland av, 1 w of Jack- 
son, paved with macadam and 
.sewerage throughout 



WILLIAMS 

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DUNN, from 86 Oak s to 174LlU IIDLjIX 

Gordon, 1 w of Lee, paved with <iauq*mv 
macadam throughout, wwerage CUrll AIN I 
from Zachery to Oak. water 
throughout 



15 Schmitz Rachael Mrs 

16 Green Samuel E 

19 Lee Charles C 

20 Johnston Mark 

21 Binns Hattie W Mrs 

22 King Leon J 
24 Piatt Ada Mrs 

26 Jones Elbert D 

27 Smith Edg;ar T 

28 Keel Charles H 
31 Terry William F 

34 Corum William R 

Zachery Ends 

35 Klebold Jacob P 
37 Hood George 
39 Taylor Oliver W 

41 Campbell Sarah A 

42 Shockley Gary R 
44 Coggins Robert B 

48 Stephens Susie A Mrs 

51 McCord Ralph R 

54 Sutton Edwin G 

58 Whitehead Amos P 



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DUNNING, from 40 Vanira s i-o—.-^-^^-^ 

Boynton av, 1 e of Capitol av DRESSED 

DUNN'S ALLEY, from Mangum 
to Nelson, near Haynes 



LUMBER 



DU PONT AV (Edgewood), from LIME, PL AS" 

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EADS. from 301 Windsor w to 
238 8 McDaniel, 1 s of Geor- 

Windsor " ater from Ira to BU LDERS 

Ira Intersects 
Garabaldi Intersects 
Windsor Intersects 

36 Smith Charles A 
38 Akins Osto F 
42 Smith William R 
46 Thornburg W Henry 

49 Spater James B 

50 Robinson Julian C 

Smith Intersect* 
52 Quaintance Perry (c) 
58 Burrell Henry C 
60 Phillips William T 



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EARLE, from 190 Luckie s to 
281 Marietta, 1 w of Foundry, 
paved with macadam, -water 
throughout 
7 Barnes Helen H Mrs 

10 Sutley Eldridge C 

11 Hussey Patrick M 
15 Bryant Mary (c) 

EAST (Edgewood), from Wesley 
e to limits, 1 n of Hardee 
5 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
7 Baker William (c) 



EAST, from 14th, 
Rushton 



changed to 



EAST (North Atlanta), changed 
to Mecaslin 



/1V\ /\ flfl E VST AV, from 240 N Jackson 
I If II \\ e to Sou Ry, 1 n of Highland 
I It 11.1,1 av, sewerage from Boulevard 
^^1%\#^/^/ t0 Alaska av, water from 
Jackson to Alaska av 
15 McHan C H & Son 
17 Farlinger Court 
20 Brooke Thomas R 
22 Anderson Newton T 
30 Dahm C Fred 
32-34 Farlinger Apts 

Prescott Emma J Mrs 
McDonald Henry J 
Rhamstine Rotat E 
Moore Harry C 
Mays Susan L 
Smith James W 
Boulevard Intersects 

64 Rock Edward B Jr 

65 McPherson N Coatsworth 

66 McElreath Walter L 

68 Barker Dora L Mrs 

69 Warren Haskell B 

72 Ryan George W 

73 Slider John R 
76 Hall Eastman B 
80 Gulley William E 

Garfield Place Ends 

83 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

84 Paschal Jackson T 

87 Harris Robert H 

88 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

91 Collier George W 

92 Everrett Alexander F 

95 Lee Julian B 

96 Loveless' Myers R 
99 Allen Jennie Mrs 

100 Almand Jesse M 

101 Robertson George 

103 Smyly Frank A 
Prospect Place Ends 

104 Worrall John A 
108 McGaughey Frank S 
112 Moss Robert L 

115 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

116 Dunning Eldred R 

119 Mercer Whitfield L 

120 Cotter Walter F 
NEAR WHITEHALL J23 Wolpert Peter T 



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124 Cowan Matt W 

127 Sawyer James H 

128 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
131 Giles Susan D Mrs 

133 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

134 Chapman Howard K 

137 Miller Ida M Mrs 
McDonald Sarah E Mrs 

138 Baker William E 



141 Austin Henry J 

Randolph Intersects 

147 Green Rosa (c) 
149 Middleton Timpy (c) 
149-A Moton Beatrice (c) 
153 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
155 Cook Georgia (c) 
157 Moss Mary (c) 
159 Anderson, Josie (c) 
161 Johnson Minnie (c) 
163 Harris Augusta (c) 
165 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
167 Cook John (c) 
169 Lattimer Lucy (c) 

Fortune Intersects 

203 Mauldin Weyman R 

204 Floyd Lawrence 
209 Panell Crawford A 
211 Jones Melvea C 
213 Dickson Relly S 

Ethel Intersects 
262 Perkins Eugenia Mrs 

Alaska Av Ends 
270 Espy Mary E Mrs 

274 Stowers Charles T 

275 Craddock James M 
278 Gardner Thomas J 
280 Herndon William H 
288 Boone Lelia Mrs 
291 Ellis James T 

293 Gibson John T 
297 Lowry John R 
300 Hallman Bernard B 
302 Cook William W 
306 McAllister John H 



EAST BOULEVARD 

Heights) 



(Peachtree 



EAST END AV (near Decatur) 
on S Decatur car line 



EAST LAKE JUNCTION, 

Decatur car line 



on 



EAST ONTARIO AV, West End 
Park, nr West View Cemetery 



EAST PEACHTREE TERRACE, 

from 30 Merritts av n to North 
av, 1 e of Peachtree 



EAST POINT, 6 miles s of At- 
lanta; take street cars marked 
"East Point" at corner Ala- 
bama and Forsyth sts 



EAST SIDE AV, from Fair s to 
Glennwood av, 1 e of Moreland 



EASTMAN AV (Cook's District) 
on River car line 



EASTON, address mail 'Atlanta 
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ECHO, from 209 D'Alvigny n to 
W & A R R, 2 e of Chestnut 
7 Brown Joseph E 

15 Davis Henry J 

Pelhani Intersects 

16 Bearden Thomas 
18 Giles Joseph H 

22 Campbell Albert D 
Fox Intersects 
25 Grogan Frances Mrs 
27 Landers John C 
29 Clark Irwin A 



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31 Landers Martin L 
33 Myers James R 

Bellwood Intersects 

66 Howell William 

70 Wright Claude D 

71 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

Wheeler Intersects 

79 Steele Benjamin F 

80 Smith Jane Mrs 

81 Towns James F 
83 Bradley John P 
85 Priest Sanford 

87 Stewart Marion F 
89 Brownlee William B 
93 Cannon Julian 

Bedford Intersects 
100 Foster Thomas E 

A B & A R R Intersects 
104 Brown William A 
108 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

161 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

Jefferson Intersects 

162 West Jesse J 

163 Berryman Callie Mrs 

164 Howell Lloyd C 

165 Thompson Pearl Mrs 

166 Hopkins Bartow 

167 Smith Peter M 

168 Hales John R 

169 Doss Amanda Mrs 

170 Roper Jefferson W 

172 Mahaffev Annie Mrs 

173 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

174 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
174-A Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

175 Smith David N 

176 Hays Truman 

177 Wesson Adolphus L 

Circle Begins 

178 Rapers Sarah Mrs 

179 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

180 Greece L B 

181 Fowler George R 

182 Waters Lizzie Mrs 

183 Styles Leander 

184 Smith Mariah Mrs 

185 Malone Robert 

Chestnut Ends 

186 Wright Norah Mrs 

187 Vacant Sept 9. 1912 

188 Grover Dovie Mrs 

189 Preston Charles C 

190 Awtrey Miller F 

191 Chappell William E 

192 Tomlin Joseph H 

193 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

194 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

195 Spinks James S 

196 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

197 Huddleston John 

198 Parr John 

Riley Ends 
200 Vacant Sept 9. 1912 
202 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
204 Gibson Jonas P 

206 Ware Frank K 

207 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

208 Brown Henry F 

209 Hammond Henry 

210 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
212 Hazelrigs John V 

Franklin Intersects 
214 Harris Charles 
216 Smalley Ezekiel A 
218 Walker Meldridge 
220 Brown Alvah 



EDEIV AV (Ormwood Park), 
from Walker av e to S More- 
land av, 1 n of Confederate av 



KDGEHILL AV .from Howell 
Mill rd, e to Grove, 1 
Emmett 

10 Harrison James E 
10-18 Durand Rest Co 
12 Johnson John W 

14 Lance Thomas 

15 Mclntyre Andrew H 



EDGEWOOD AV, from 27 Peach- 
tree e to Hurt, 1 n of Decatur, 
paved with wooden blocks from 
Peachtree to Boulevard, gran- 
ite blocks Boulevard to Ella PI, 
wooden blocks from Ella PI 
to Gunby, granite blocks from 
Gunby to Hurt, sewerage from 
Peachtree to Ella and Krog to 
Waddell, water from Peach- 
tree to Cornelia and Krog to 
Hurt 
1 Pitts Thos H Co 
3 California Fruit Co 
3% Carolina Portland C Co 

Ga Ry & Power Co 
5-7 Silvey, John & Co 
9 Gould Building (for tenants 
see 10 Decatur) 

11 Foster & Robson 

12 Durand Rest Co 

15 Manheim & Powell 
17 Balding, Albert M 

19 Sciple Sons 

20 Durham Jewelry Co 

21 Foote & Davies Co 

22 Commerce Hall 
Johnson-Lund Co 
Atl Clearing House 
Atl Dental Supply Co 
Meador Cauthorn Co 
Cluett Peabody Co 
Ginn & Co 

Hill, Peter Co 

23 Jackson J Robert 

24 Sheperd David C 

Pryor Intersects 
30 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

Exchange Place Begins 
36 Equitable Building (for ten- 
ants see 47 N Pryor) 
38 Dickey John R 

44 New Home Sewing Mch Co 
Equitable Place Begins 

45 Hurt Building, The 

46 South Eastern Und Assn 
52 Metal Shelter Co 

54 Equitable Auto Repair Co 

56 Runyan & Lee 

56% Vacant Oct 1, 1912 

58 Bryan Electric Co 

66 Vacant Oct 1, 1912 

68 Adams Lora E Mrs 

70 Dorfan J & Paradies 

70% Michelin Tire Co 

72 Chapman & Rabern 

74 Belk W A 

Ivy Intersects 

75 Atl Tel & Tel Co 

76 Webb William A 
78 Colias Louis 

. 81 Riley George W (c) 
84 Gate City Fence Works 
86 Englehart Heating Co 
90 Warner Plumb & Heat Co 




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92 Atlanta Store Lighting: Co 
94 Green Co Dairymen's Assn 
94 V 2 Atlanta College of Phar 
96-100-100y 2 Vacant Sept IS, '12 
98 Nunnally Co Warehouse 
102 Capital City Auto Exc 
104-106-A Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
106 Williams & Mayfleld 
108 Goodrum & Terrell (c) 

110 Billups Albert L (c) 

111 Jones Milton P (c) 
111% Byers William J 

112 Allen John (c) 

113 Amato Abraham 

114 Atlanta Creamery 

115 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

116 Southern Motorcycle Co 

117 Coffee Commodore D 
Bair E K & Co 

118 Osman Alv 

118 % Walthall Building 
Pirkle Dozier & Co 
Hawkins David B Dr 
Bothwell George E Dr 
Cullen Clarence A 
Scroggins J C 
Dunnaway W H 
Owen H A 
Spriggins John B 
White Henry M 
Konea Wm D 
Smith John W 

19 Joe Charlie 

20 Levaur A Barnard 

21 Rogers L W Co 

22 Auditorium Pharmacy 

Courtlanil Intersects 

24 Pope James 

25 Silverman Louis 
25-B Tolbert Thomas (c) 

26 Legg Maury L 

27 Branning George O 

28 Talley & Scott 

29 Fleischmann Co 

29 % Simmons Colenda C Mrs 
32 Pope & Baracklis 
33-35 Ga Ry & P Co 

36 Fain L Howell 

37 Garvin William M 
37%-138% Vacant Oct 12, 1912 

38 Wine Coca Mfg Co 

39 Southern Drv Gds & Shoe Co 

39 y 2 Stanley Mamie Mrs 

40 Brown & Cochran W'hse 
40% Robertson Pattern Works 
42 Dunn Samuel E 

42 y 2 Vacant Sept 17. 1912 
44-46 Northern Const Co 
48 y 2 Gollome Harry 
49-157 Vacant Sept 16. 1912 
50 Empire Glass & Decor Co 
55 Chapman-McNair Co 
58 Matthews Ed & Al 

61 Freeman Harry R 
61% Payne Oscar F 

62 Chung Sam 

62-A Palestine A Frank 

63 Gann Clav D 

64-166 Vacant Sept 16. 1912 
65 Kaneoglor Harry 
68 Petres Pete 

Piedmont Av Intersects 
70 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
7 2 Nicholas Albert 
74 Morris-Johnston Furn Co 
76 Clein B J & E 
7$ Mo Kirov Mary A Mrs 



Coca Cola Place Begins 

179 Dodson J G Medicine Co 
184 Vandiver Allie Mrs 

186 Church Egbert L 

187 Atlanta Star The 
Publishers Press, The 

188 Swartz Isaac 
190 Berkin Max 

191-93 Atl Mineral Waters Co 

194 Miller Charles H 

195 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

197 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
197% Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

198 Horwitz Joseph 

199 Simons Hattie (c) 

200 Horwitz Joseph 

202 Martin Katie (c) 

203 Lipscomb Josie (c) 

206 Whetherby Samuel (c) 

207 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

Butler Intersects 

208 Lee Tom 

209 Bosche Richard C 

210 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

212 Kuhns Albert F 

213 Sevelovitz Benjamin 
Goldberg Isaac 

214 Brown Victor 

217 Rhodes Norman (c) 
223 Smith Charlotte <c> 
225 Gray Michael (c) 
227 Shields Emma (c) 
229 Mitchell Robert 
231 Rothenberg Henry 

Bell Intersects 

234 Flowers James J 

235-41 Woodside J J Stor & T 

Co 
238-40 Williams & Johnston 
239 Woodside John J Storage 
242-44 Martin Raiford V 

245 Griffin Robert (c) 
Holcomb Alley Begins 

246 Atl Home Supply Co 

248 Warlick Sheet M & Mfg Co 
250 Martin Mary D Mrs 
252 Aldredge William M 
254 Jones Frank L (c) 

260 McFarlin Josephine (c) 

261 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

261 % Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

262 Brown James 

263 Beauehamp John P 

265 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

266 Vacant Sept 13. 1912 

Fort Intersects 

267-71 Norris (Inc) 

272 Osborne John (c) 

273 Monarch Mfg Co 

275 Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co 

276 Heard Augustus (c) 

277 Dunn W B & B M 

279 Earnest & Floyd 

280 White T B (c) 

287 Columbia Auto Exch 
287% Bostrom E A Mfg Co 

288 Brower Candy Co 

289 Carden Roscoe 

Hllliard Intersects 
295 Antonio Stephen 
297 Brandeth M Hopkins Mrs 

299 Vacant Sept 11. 1912 

300 Walton Carrie (c) 
302 Rogers James (c) 
303-05 Yudelson Max 

306 Jordan Eliza fc) 

307 Adams Lizzie Mrs 



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308 Fisher William A (c) 


436 


Vacant Sept 10, 1912 


311 National Motorcycle Co 


440 


Nobles Hezekiah 


313 Clower Clarence L Mrs 


443 


Andrews Nancy Mrs 


.315 Knox Shoe Store 


444 


Sawyer John F 


Yonge Intersects 


4 4 5 


Vacant Sept 10, 1912 


317 Antonio Charles 


445 V 2 Patterson Join 


321 Kaplan Morris 




Howell Intersects 


322 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
322 M> Vacant Sept 12, 1912 


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•48 Roane William H 


447 


George Roy W 


324 Vacant Sept 12. 1912 


447 


•B Gunter Samuel 


324 M: Vacant Sept 12, 1912 


449 


Maxey William 


326 Akins & Garraux 


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326 1£ Vacant Sept 12, 1912 


452 


Vacant Sept 10, 1912 


328 Wingate Plumbing Co 


453 


Weldon George H Dr 


328 M; Wingate Plumb Co Whse 


454 


Vacant Sept 10, 1912 


330 Buick Motor Co Whse 


456 


Benton Luther A 


Jackxon liner is 


457 


White Philip (c) 


342 Buchanan Ella M Mrs 


458 


Atl Coffee Mills Co 


343 Kyle Ada L Mrs 


459 


Finch Minnie (c) 


345 Brown Rollo J 


461 


Peoples Pharmacy (c) 


348. Walker Daniel (c) 


461% Durham Mack <c> 


349 Rainbow Co 




Bradley Intersect* 


349 M; Lvnes J Colton 


469 


Sears John T 


350 Atl Rub Stamp & Sten Wks 


479 


Cox John (c) 


351 Salvation Army Store 


481 


Crockett John (c) 


353 Horton John (c) 


485 


Ruthenberg Meyer 


354 Russell Lillian Mrs 




Randolph Begins 


355 Partee Marv (c) 


490 


Southern Stock Food Co 


356 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 


494 


Atlanta Constitution, sub 


357 Teasley Emma (c) 




station No 2 


359 Shirley James A 


496 


McGill Samuel (c) 


Fitzgerald Ends 


497 


Backus Andrew 


367 Kunianskv Louis 




Cornelia Ends 


367-A White Thomas (c) 


330 


Cement Stone & Tile Co 


36S Patterson Marcus A 


552 


Wood Martha Mrs 


Hattaway Lula Mrs 




Southern By Intersects 


369 Hawkins Edward E (c) 


558 


Blasingame William W 


370 y 2 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 


562 


Engram Edgar E 


371 Gay O W Mfg Co 


5 ti 5 


Fleming Joseph W 


372 Anderson Bros & Rich 




(innliy Place Begins 


373 Martin & Hefner 


567 


Heyser George E 


382 Gentry Helen Miss 


568 


Ragland William R 


383 Sample Morgan R Mrs 




Krog Begins 


384 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 


570 


Arnold John M 


385 Burel Lewis N 


5 71 


Brittingham Bros 


386 Hong Lee 


573 


McDermon Charles T 


387-S9 Haves W Brown 


5 7 5 


McFall Beverly W 


388 Rhodes William T 


579 


Inman Park School 


390 Kimbell William A 


5 Ml 


Haynes Gertrude P Mrs 


Boulevard Intellects 


582 


Vacant Sept 21, 1912 


392-96 Campbell-Brownlee Fur 


589 


Inman Park Pharmacy 


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591 


Lanier James M 


392 V 2 Felton D D Brush Co 




Campbell Edward L 


398 King James D 




Waddell Intersects 


399 \' 2 Owen Augustus A 


592 


Grace John T Dr 


401 V 2 Edward Mfg Co 


601 


McLaurin Thomas C 


Floding Lodge Supplv Co 


606 


Veal Jacob W 


402 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 


605 


Hunerkopf William F 


403 Whitfield Medicine Co 


6 1 5 


Lipes Mabel Miss 


405 Bradford Minnie Mrs 


616 


Byers William J 


407 Vacant Sept 12. 1912 


617 


Bickerstaff James H 


40S Klotz Hyman 


618 


Harold Robert 


409-11 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 


6 1 9 


Anderson William Dr 


410 Bagwell John M 


623 


Pittman Clarence H 


412 Tanq.uary H Frank 


630 


Vacant Sept 13, 1912 


414 Vacant Sept 10. 1912 




Spruce Begins 


Daniel Ends 


631 


Belyeu William S Dr 


415 Barlow Jackson (c) 


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Greenfield Joseph C 


416 Dunn William B 


639 


Sangster Alfred V 


418 Jackson Thomas P 


643 


Carmichael Lemuel R 


419 Laster Shadrach <ci 


650 


Winship Mary F Mrs 


42<t McGttvray Ronald F 


653 


Seals Victoria Mrs 


421 Mitchell Minnie L (c) 


657 


Bailey Charles P 


422 Millwood William 


658 


Randall Ida J Mrs 


426 Stephens Alice Mrs 




Druid Circle Begins 


428 Gilliam Arthur C 




Delta Place Begins 


430 Simpson Stovall H 




Moody Charles W 


431 Johnson Washington (c) 


689 


Fussell Benjamin O 



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EDGEWOOD AV — Cont'd 
695 Lawrence Walter C 
703 Perdue John A 

707 Sullivan John J 

Waverly Way Begins 

708 "Woodruff Ernest 
711 Hanye William E 
717 Walker Adolph 
719 Woertz Henry E 
725 Whitney Lou C Mrs 
727 Yancey Benjamin P 
741 Inman Park Baptist Ch 

Elizabeth Intersects 
746 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
748 Vacant Oct 7, 1912 
759 Castleberry Zachariah 
763 Vacant Nov 28, 1912 
767 Shultz Harry B Dr 
770 Inman Park M E Church 
782 Mell Jack B 
786 Spratling Edgar J Dr 
801 Goodrich George A 



EDGEWOOD AV (Edgewood), 
changed to Iverson 



EDGEWOOD PARK, near east 
end of McLendon street car 
line 



EDITH, from 251 Angier av n to 
Dallas 



EDNA AV, from Ormewood av s 
to Eden av, 1 e of Confederate 
av 



EDWARD, from 30 Carlton w % 
block, 1 s of Stewart av 



EDWARDS, from 377 Simpson n 
to 115 John, 1 w of Davis, 
sewerage throughout 
10 Winters John T 
12 Kingston Frederick S 
Jones Av Intersects 
29 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

32 Laatsch Lewis W 

33 Hogan Robert L 

36 Haralson John H 
Western Av Intersects 

37 Roberson William F 
41 Cannon C Dobson 

45 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
49 Sneed John J 



EDWIN PLACE, on River car 
line 



EGAN (or EGAN PARK), on 

Hapeville car line, 7 mi s of 
Atlanta 



EGLESTON, from West End 
Place w to Holderness, bet 
Oak and Gordon, water and 
sewerage and macadamed 

throughout 
9 Bryson James W 

15 Simpson Walter L 

16 White Edward J 
19 Rooke George B 

23 Mann Wellington P 

24 Langford Ralph W 
31 Beavers Paul L 

38 Slaughter Robert L 
' 39 Eaton John R 
42 Brittain Henry S 



EIGHTEENTH, from West P'tree 
w, 1 n of Cuba av 



EIGHTH, w from 754 Peachtree 
to Cypress and e to Boulevard 
(also called Peachtree Court 
from Peachtree to -Cypress), 
paved with macadam from Cy- 
press to Myrtle 
26 Elizabeth The 
Higgs Sherwood 
Armstrong R Klatte Dr 
Simmons Virginia G 
Richards Charles G 
Meador J Frank 
Neer Jesse J 
30 Lillian The 

Calkins Frederick C 
McKee Franklin W 
Brown J Epps 
Lowndes George S 
Johnson Russell C 
Selden George K 

Juniper Intersects 
Piedmont Av Intersects 
88 Johnson Paul E 

Myrtle Intersects 
130 Glenn Wilbur F Rev 
134 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
136 Everett Carrie L Mrs 
139 Lambert Michael T 
142 Wurm Alfred J 
Going West 
3 Horton Corinne Mrs 

Carthew-Yorstoun Col 
5 Thomas Alice M Mrs 
7 Cramer Ida H Mrs 



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w to Allene, 1 s of Pearce 

19 Sasnett Thomas W 

21 Weinmeister Carl J 

25 Spinks James M 

27 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

31 Hay Bascom C 

32 Dill Ira A 

33 Barron Lawrence O 
36 Stroud Edgar S 

38 Mitcham Wilson M 

39 Butler Gay H 

42 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

47 Samuel Phillip T 

Maryland Intersects 

50 Miller Johnston 

52 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

68 Mitchell William T 

105 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 



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ELECTRIC AV (formerly Lowe 
St), from 212 W Hunter n to 
Spencer, 1 w of Davis, water 
from Carter to Rhodes 
5 Coney Maggie (c) 

7 Clark Charles (c) 

8 Hudson Mamie (c) 

11 McWhorter Prances (c) 

12 Davis Dina (c) 

13 Brown George (c) 
13-A Lee Claudia (c) 
14-A Sherry Nancy (c) 
14-B Moreland Milton (c) 
15 Colvert Anthia (c) 
16-A Hales Mary (c) 
16-B Wylie Louis (c) 

17 Albert John (c) 
18-A Phillips Savannah (c) 
18-B Marf Benjamin S (c) 
19 Swan Sarah (c) 

Noaghron Intersects 
20-A Morelai;d Martha (c) 
20-B DuPree Georgian (c) 
22-A Walker George (c) 
22-B Henderson John H (c) 
30 Scandrick Eliza (c) 
32 Smith Rosa (c) 
34-A Jones Hattie (c) 
38 Latimer Eunice (c) 
40 Johnson Alice (c) 
44 Harris Delia (c) 
46 McBride Frank (c) 
48 Clay Eliza (c) 

Carter Intersects 

51 Blunt Roxie (c) 

52 Murden Henry (c) 

53 Walker Mary (c) 

54 Robinson John D (c) 

55 Turner Tinie (c) 

56 Glass Eva (c) 

57 Daniel George (c) 

58 Washington Milton (c) 
60 Paton John (c) 

62 Baker Mattie (c) 

Rhodes Intersects 
64 Cohn Lewis. 
68 Lindsey Charles (c) 
68-A King Elizabeth (c) 
70 Davenport Albert (c) 

74 Strickland Grover (c) 

75 Oliver Palmetto (c) 

77 McDonald Prank (c) 

78 Lovett Ellen (c) 

79 Robinson John (c) 

80 Pullins Lillie (c) 

82 Stanford G Frank 

83 Keller Christian W 

84 Brown George V 

Magnolia Intersects 

108 Johnson Irvin (c) 

109 Bryant Laura (c) 

Rigdon Begins 

110 Belcher Collins H 
112 Bowen John (c) 

Foundry Intersects 

135 Sigman Walter (c) 

136 Colbert Louise (c) 

137 Crew William (c) 
140 James Benjamin (c) 

145 Speaks Arthur (c) 

146 Brooks Lula (c) 



ELEVENTH, e and w from 859 
Peachtree, also called Peach- 
tree View, paved with rubble 
from Peachtree to Piedmont 
av, macadam Peachtree to W 



Peachtree, water to Piedmont 
av, sewerage from Piedmont 
av to Piedmont Park 
1 Crandall George L 
17 Cox Charles H 
19 Bootes D Roland 
47 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
Juniper Intersects 
49 Adams Virginia M Mrs 
54 Browning James A 

Dickson Place Begins 
58 Butler William 
109 Martin Thomas P 

Piedmont Av Intersects 
115 Black Edward G 
117 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
125 Allen William H 
Going West 

11 Smart Thomas H 

12 Lauran Apartments 
Bardy Thomas M 
Goldsmith Paul 
Clay Brutus J 
Cauthorn Thomas E 
Goldsmith Wickliffe 
Davis Oscar G 

15 Humphries William C 
21 West Henry F 

Crescent Av Intersects 
25 Mills Albert L 
30 Foster Frank O 

35 Kiser John F 

36 Moore Wilmer L 

37 Owens John S 

40 Hirsch Amelia Mrs 

45 Stevens George W 

46 Sisson Charles A 
49 Gentry W Thomas 
52 Tupper Samuel Y 

Columbia Av Intersects 

54 Vacant Sept 15, 1912 

55 Pappenheimer Sigmund 

58 Holland Frank D 
Parks Lloyd B 
Huguley G Pope 

59 Vacant Sept 15, 1912 

64 Martin Macon 

65 Vacant Sept 15, 1912 

70 Curtis Howell C 

71 Barnhart William L 
95 Meyer Samuel 



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10 Joe Johnson av n 

1 Hytt Albert H 

2 Pritchard Rufus 

3 Yancey Benjamin 

4 Terrell George E 
10 Vanable Mae Mrs 

Wellington Av Intersects 
12 Eason J Claude 
31 Klasset Charles W 




ELIZA ALLEY, from Hunnicutt 
n to North av, 1 e of Orme 

ELIZABETH, from 851 DeKalb 
av n to Lake av, 1 e of Waver- 
ly Way, paved with macadam 
throughout, sewerage and wa- 
ter from Edgewood av through- 
out 

Edgewood Ave Intersects 
25 Chapman Elmer C 
36 Campbell James L 

41 Elliott James Z 

42 Cameron Robert W 
46 Fain C Leek 



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ELIZABETH— Cont'd 
51 Fain William M 
57 Black Robert C 
61 Candler Asa G 

Euclid Av Intersects 
78 Porter James H 

85 Hurt Joel 

86 Cooper John M 

93 Hood B Mifflin 

94 Ittner George 
100 Guinn Robert J 
103 Dobbs Samuel C 
111 Daniel William C 

114 Candler Howard 
Poplar Circle Intersects 

115 Baxter Leila H Mrs 
125 Wey Henry B 

130 Patterson Daniel E 
137 Pattillo Samuel J 

Waverly Way Intersects 
140 Bogman George W Jr 

144 Avery John E 

145 Taylor Claude D 
150 Hanye Robert M 

153 Guard Walter L 

154 Tyler Margaret R Mrs 

157 Cason Frederick Q 

158 Robison Charles S 
161 O'Farrell John N 

163 Kenimer Charles M 

164 Anson T Peden 
166 Adamson Sallie B 
182 Whitten James 



ELIZABETH (South Atlanta, 
also known as Cunningham), 
from Gardner s, 1 w Sims, 
Arthur intersects at 87, Dunbar 
and University av at 202 



ELIZABETH PLACE, on river car 
line 



EDGEWOOD 
AVENUE 

PHONES 

Bell N. 1910, 179 & 378 
A T 'ANTA 5000 



ELLA, from 57 Leonard w to 
Henry, 1 w of Chapel, sewerage 
and water throughout 

1 Spelman Seminary 

2 Leathers Mary Mrs 
2% Wadley Mary Mrs 
4 Denson William C 
4% Denson Benjamin W 
6 Brvant Thomas J 
6% Davis Thomas 
8 Pool Isaac W 
8% Jackson Harvey 

12 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
14 Tweedy William 
14 y 2 Ledbetter Walter 
18 Womack Amanda Mrs 
18% Vineyard Howard B 
20 Mitchell Texie Miss 
20 % Huff Lucy Mrs 
24 Clower Amanda Mrs 
26 Martin Mark J 
26 V 2 Tyner James E 
30 Atkinson Lottie Mrs 
30 % Jones Mary J Mrs 
32 Fowler William W 
32% Manning Lodwick R 

Bennett Alley Ends 
36-A Weaver Seaborn J 
36-BCamp Walter C 
38-A Kimbrell William M 
38-B Burson Lula Mrs 
44 Lang B Frances Mrs 
46 McGouirk Thomas 
46% Scott James P 
52 Jacobs John 



52% Donahoo Alice Mrs 
Culver Intersects 

53 Denham James 

54 Brown Delia Mrs 
54% Brown Delia Mrs 

< .'Impel Ends 
59 Nicholds Louise Mrs 
61 Clower Daniel E 
63 Bullen Louisa C Mrs 
65 Hudson Ella Mrs 

Henry Intersects 
67 Sweet Frank 
67% Nabell William E 
92 Stanley Oscar H 



ELLA PLACE, from 602 Decatur 
n to 520 Edgewood av, chang- 
ed to Blackburn 



ELLIOTT, from 23 Chapel n to 
231 Simpson, 1 w of railroad 
paved with granice block from 
Nelson to Magnclia, water from 
Nelson to Simpson 
2 Anderson Annie Mrs 
Markham Begins 
20 Hogan Jesse F 
24 Georgia Auto Top & T Co 
26 Howlesworth Cord <e) 
Mitchell Intersects 
Hunter Intersects 
76 Lake Frank G 
80 Block Frank E Co 
90 Banks Effie (c) 
92 Smith Ella (c) 
98 Young Emma (c) 
102 Berrv Molly (c) 
108 Holland Addie (c) 
110 Johnson Nellie (c) 
114 Holcomb Margaret (c) 

Bhodes Intersects 
132 Morrow Transfer Stables 
134 Morrow Transfer & S Co 
138 Whit Charles (c) 
140 Rogers John (c) 
142 Crawford William <c) 
144 Lee Ebb (c) 
146 Agnew Sylvia (c) 
148 Stanberry James (e) 
150 Vacant Sept 18. 1912 
Magnolia Intersects 
152 Glazer Oscar 
154 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
156 Hill Hannah (c) 
156% Dallas Fannie (c) 
158 Thomas Samuel (c) 
160 Robinson Molly (c) 
164 Stanberry Celia (c) 
166 Allen Mattie (c) 
172 Reid Lizzie (c) 
176 Weston Laura (c) 

Foundry Intersects 
188 Dardin Mahaley (c) 
190 Calhoun Sallie J 

Newton Begins 
194 Atlanta Casket Company 
210 Matthews Mary (c) 
214 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

Hall's Alley Begins 
216 Andrews Joo (c) 
218 Hogshead Georgia (c) 
Thurmond Intersects 
224 Lee Luella (c) 
226 Norwick Samuel 
232 Edwards Charles (c) 
244 King Samuel 

Mayes Begins 
254 Williams S A Lumber Co 



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36 1-2 Whitehall Phone M. 1769 



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Clifford Begins 


270 Webster Carrie (c) 


95 


Wright W Hill 


Bush Honlns 


95 


-A Parrott Kate Mrs 


Pelhnm Intersects 


99 


Townsend Emily Miss 


"31 Elliott Carrie Mrs 


100 


Vacant Oct 15, 1912 


734 Hann James 


101 


Morgan George W 


736 Vinnon Dennis 


104 


Vacant Sept 25, 1912 


738 Creamer John T 


105 


Powell Thomas D 


740 Wade Willie 


108 


Gann Clay D 


742 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 


111 


Fox Charles M 


744 Minor John 




McDaniel Myra Mrs 


746 Brooks Ella Mrs 


112 


Vacant Sept 25, 1912 


748 Clower Samuel 


115 


Levine Annie Mrs 


750 Odell Gabriella Mrs 


116 


Vacant Sept 25, 1912 


752 Bridges Judge 




Piedmont Intersects 


757 Elliott William 


124 


Allen Alice (c) 


758 Raper John 


128 


Long Ida (c) 


759 Elliott Harry C 


134 


Stag Violet (c) 


760 Freeman Julia Mrs 




Johnson Ron Ends 


771 Cox John 


136 


Jefries Rachael (c) 




137 

140 


Excelsior Laundry Stables 
Hawthorne Mattie (c) 


ELLIOTT (Bellwood), changed to 


"Whi taker 


141 


Thomas Elijah J (c) 




142 
143 


Bunyan Austin (c) 




Holmes Lena (c) 


KM. is. from ISO Peachtree e to 


145 


Emory John (c) 


210 Hilliard and w to Carnegie 




1 .ok an's Alley Ends 


PI, 1 n of Houston, paved with 


146 


Sharp Hattie (c) 


granite blocks from Carnegie 


146 


-A Harrison Thomas (c) 


PI to Courtland, macadam from 


147 


Jackson Annie (c) 


Courtland to Hilliard. sewer- 


148 


Martin Thomas (c) 


age and -water throughout 


149 


Harris Annett (c) 


20 Garrison Thomas F 


150 


Clark Annie (c) 


22-4 Carroll Beulah Mrs 


150 


-A Gaither Rebecca (c) 


25 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 


150V, White Effie (c) 


26 Wilson A Morgan 


151 


Parks Marie (c) 


29 Davis Alfred 


152 


Jordon Eugene (c) 


30 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 


153 


Burner Annie (c) 


Ivy Intersects 


154 


Wingfield Marion (c) 


41 Index Printing Co 


155 


Dawsey Tobias (c) 


40 B P O Elks Home 


157 


Burns Edward (c) 


43 Scott Mary C Mrs 


158 


Falcovitz Estella Mrs 


45 Hogan William J 


160 


Falcovitz Estella Mrs 


46 Sweet Delia Miss 




Butler Intersects 


50 Vacant Sept 28, 1912 


161 


Simmons Louis (c) 


53 Johnston J Villard Mrs 


162 


Sermas John 


56 Mead Fannie Mrs 


164 


Grant Richard (c) 


57 Avery Bessie Mrs 


167 


Jones Sallie (c) 


58 Stanley Rollina E Miss 


168 


Cook Cora (c) 


59 Williams Edward N 


169 


Pace Edmond (c) 


60 Duffell Charles C 


170 


Nesbit Walter (c) 


61 Meek Alfred G 


171 


Brown Harriet (c) 


63 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 


171- 


A Damon Marie (c) 


65 Haynes Mary L Miss 


172 


Gaines Carrie (c) 


66 Bensel William 


175 


Letts Betty (c) 


70 Way Hilliard 


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Valentine Intersects 


Courtland Intersects 


176 


Roberts James (c) 


74 Thompson Robert C 


179 


Barnes Lucy (c) 


78 Ring Minnie Mrs 


180 


Dillard Georgia (c) 


80 Kline Samuel 


181 


Murden Fannie (c) 


83 Vacant Oct 15, 1912 


182 


Johnson William (c) 


88 Truitt Apartments 


185 


Hawkins Edna (c) 


Truitt Charles L 


185- 


A Williams Elizabeth (c) 


Hunt Henry C 


186 


Spivye George (c) 


Fleming Paul I 


187 


Vacant Sept 19, 1912 


92 Dorothy Apartments 


190 


Barnett John (c) 


Holland John H 


194 


Herron John (c) 


Rinard James H 


196 


Pitts Fonsie (c) 


Wailes William E 




Newman Ends 


Giannone John S 


198 


McCloudy James (c) 


Griffin George K i 




Lampkin James (c) 


Bergtrom Carl T 


200 


Combs Crumbly (c) 


O'Donnell James 


201 


Royal Dorcas (c) 


Arndt Albert A 


202 


Dyer Caleb (c) 


Walthall Edward 


205 


Parks Maud (c) 


Hurley Vincent J 


206 


McCoy Noah (c) 


93 Brown John L 


210 


Reede John (cV 


93-A Davis Ira V 


215 


Turner Julia (c) 



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E ELLIS — Cont'd 
Scott Ilus (c) 

Fort Intersects 

217 Blackman Augusta (c) 
219 Fereando Daisy (c) 
224 Latham Marie (c) 
226 Campbell William C (c) 
230 Bryant John (c) 
232 Paschal Emma Mrs 
236 Mullins Ola E Mrs 
Going: West 

8 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

9 Central Congregational Ch 
16 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 



ELLIS ROAD, located in Peach- 
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ELM, from 286 W Fair n to Par- 
sons and from 489 Simpson 
n to limits, 1 w of Vine, sew- 
erage throughout 

4 Marchman Charles (c) 

6 McGee Eula (c) 

8 Head Mamie (c) 
10 Jones Maggie (c) 
14 McCann Mary (c) 

Arrowood Intersects 
22 Washington Julia (c) 

24 Daniel James H (c) 

25 Christian Anna (c) 

26 Dillard Alfred (c) 

27 Christian George (c) 

31 Hall David (c) 

32 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

33 Thomas Amanda (c) 

George Intersects 

40 Watson Sopha (c) 

41 Trammell James W (c) 

42 Belt Raymond (c) 

43 Deckerson Alfred (c) 

45 Felker George (c) 

46 Dorsey Lizzie (c) 

48 McCurtis Angeline (c) 

Parsons Intersects 
64 Carraway 

74 Kimbal Arthur (c) 
74-A Evans Otis (c) 

75 Gallaway Charles (c) 

76 Smith Monroe (c) 
76-A Roberson Wash (c) 

Neal Intersects 

77 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
86 Lock Cleveland (c) 
90 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
92 Evans Minnie (c) 

Jett Intersects 

102 Rivers John S 

103 Rivers Edward F 

105 Buice William H 

106 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
108 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

Kennedy Intersects 
112 Hearn Bryant L 

Foundry Intersects 
270 Houston William (c) 
Simpson Intersects 
Spencer Intersects 
287 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
289 Shephard Thomas fc) 
291 Williams Andrew (c) 
293 Allen James Cc) 
307 Freeman Mattie (c) 

Thurmond Intersects 
312 Smith Jasper (c) 
314 Bulger Arthur (c) 

Jones Av Intersects 
400 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 



402 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

404 McCord Elsie Mrs 

405 Mulkey James F 

406 Clowers Nanie Mrs 

407 Meadows Emma Mrs 



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106 



(Capitol View) from Dill 
s to Deckner av 
Trout James W Jr 
Cox Lena M Miss 
Thomas James C 
Kile James W 
Apperson Charles B 
Isom Georgia Mrs 
Garner Oscar B 
Panel Austin 
Stovall Oscar J 

Gennesee Intersects 
Cap View Baptist Church 
McLendon Charles J 
Berry Elbert 
Alley Raymond E 
Carroway George A 
Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
Thames Peter L 
Grubbs Albert F 
Aycock Thomas W 
Brewer Randy W 



ELMIRA HEIGHTS 

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ELMWOOD AV, near 800 N Boul- 
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ELMYRA AV, from DeKalb av 
n to McLendon, 1 e of Jose- 
phine 



ELOISE, from Killian s to Orme- 
wood av, 1 e of Cameron 



ELVIRA (Lakewood Heights), 
from Grant s to Federal 
Prison, 1 e of McDonough rd 



EMADEL, from Chestnut w to 
Harwell, 1 s of Magnolia 



EMERALD, from Gillette s to 
Pearce, 1 w of Stewart av 



EMERSON, from 250 East av n 



EMERSON AV (Ormewood Park) 



EMMETT, from John n to 384 
North av, 3 w of Gray, sewer- 
age form John to North av 
20 Shell Walter 
22 Johns Cornelia Miss 
24 Nash Jesse 
26 Leveritt John F 
28 Blalock James M 
30 Seay James M 
34 Lawson Byrd M 
36 Hamm John G 
40 Roberts Anna D Mrs 
44 Vaughn Samuel O 

Kennedy Intersects 

f 54 Roberson Rosa (c) 

55 Wright Minnie (c) 

56 Williams Mattie (c) 

57 White Odessa (c) 

58 Payne Lizzie (c) 

59 Single Maggie (c) 

60 Crawford Ethel (c) 

62 Mayfield Augustus (c) 



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63 White Lucy (c) 

64 Goolsby Irene (c) 

65 DuPree Hattie (c) 

68 Bradford Grant (c) 

69 Miller Lina (c) 

70 Herring Edward (c) 

77 DeBolden Joseph (c) 

78 Holmes Hattie (c) 

79 Moon Monroe (c) 

80 Bryant Corine (c) 

81 Howard Edward (c) 

82 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

83 Callaway James (c) 
84-A Smith Stone W (c) 
85 Howard Griffin (c) 

87 Pope Cora (c) 

89 Craddock Henrietta 

90 Withers Earl R 

91 Gary Lemuel (c) 



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EMMETT (North Atlanta), from 
State w to Howell Mill rd, wa- 
ter from Hemphill av to Cur- 
ran, for names see Tenth 



EMPIRE LIFE 

Peachtree 



ENGLEWOOD, from Hill e to 
Grant, 4 s of McDonough rd 



ENGLISH, from W & A R R n to 
Culpepper, 2 w of S A L 



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ENGLISH AV, from 200 Jett n 
to limits, 1 w of Chestnut, wa- 
ter Kennedy to Bellwood av 

1 Wheeler Daniel M 

2 Wooten John B 
5 Rambo John 

14 Elliott Wilborn 

15 Sanders Coleman J 

16 McGee William J 

17 Light Daniel P 

18 English av M E Church 
Kennedy Intersects 

19 Elliott Elizabeth J Mrs 

20 Barker John B 

21 Blair Alonzo E 

22 McAdams Ellison P 

23 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

24 Cowan Emma Mrs 
Roper William H 

25 Schultz Charles 

26 Ellis Claude G 

27 Watts John 

28 Kean Minnie Miss 
30 Hurst Simon J 

33 Martin John R 

36 Martin John W 

37 Cook John J 

38 Orr Joseph L 

39 Vacant Sept 12, 

40 Vacant Sept 12. 

43 Leamon John B 

44 Harper Theodore 

45 West Ernest C 

46 Doby William R 

North Av Intersects 
50 Thompson Ida Miss 
57 Jones William E 
59 Turnipseed Adaline 
61 Gray Sarah M Mrs 
76 Lester Robert A 

78 Rabourn Lestie Mrs 

79 Fowler Joseph S 



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80 Rutherford Olen W 

82 Cochran Ansel R 

83 Cook John M 
Hudson Okla F 

85 Powell William 

88 Adams George S 

89 Richardson James N 

Pelham Intersects 

90 Simpkins William 

91 Norris Walter C 
95 English Av School 

Fox Intersects 

100 Johnson Henry (c) 

101 Anderson Farmer A (c) 

102 Johnson Cornelius (c) 

103 Lyon Mandy (c) 

104 Scott Clyde (c) 

107 Lawson Dora Miss (c) 
109 Ashford Elmore (c) 

Bellwood Av Intersects 
125 Elias William E 

127 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

128 Emmett' Robert 

129 Sweat John 

130 Griffin George R 

Wheeler Intersects 
139 Hayes Luther W 
141 Liveley Miley 

A B & A Ry Intersects 
151 Mauldin Henry F 
153 Hubbard James S 




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25 Chapman Elizabeth E Mrs 
39 Greene George 
41 Buttrick Frederick A 
45 Bowder George Jr 



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EQUITABLE PLACE, from 50 
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10 Yarbrough David W 



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8 Brown Arthur 

9 Preston Charles F 
10 Preston Samuel R 
12 Talley Calvin D 
19 Lpchurch Perry 

21 Ewing Robert W 

22 Patton John E 

23 Williams DeWitt R 

Mani^rault Intersects 

59 Chase Hugh H 

60 Voyles Roberson R 



ESTORIA. from 150 Tennelle S 
to 700 E Fair, 1 e of Tye, sew- 
erage throughout, water from 
Tennelle to Kirkwood av 
IT Jackson William F 
31 Tuggle Martha F Mrs 
33 Davis John M 
35 Grant Thomas L 
39 Hicks Edward J 
41 Hearn Robert R 
47 Davis James M 

Kirkwood Av Intersects 



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291 


Hunter Gilbert 


70 


Owen Floyd A 


305 


Dennis John T 


72 


Burel Dennis D 


309 


Kinard Joseph O Dr 


74 


Jackson Clyde E 


317 


Ezell William S 


101 


Vacant Sept 16, 1912 


321 


Mitchall C Ryan 


102 


Vacant Sept 16. 1912 


327 


Butt Richard L 


109 


Harper John H 


330 


Vacant Sept 7, 1912 


111 


Johnson Z Asbury 


331 


Bible Charles 


115 


McAlpin John G 


334 


Eubanks Daniel L 




Mollie Benin* 


335 


Mendenhall Absalom J 


116 


Buice John T 


337 


Wolfsheimer Leopold 


117 


Buice John T 


338 


Vacant Sept 7, 1912 


118 


Hill Robert L 


342 


Vacant Sept 7, 1912 


119 


Leftwich James M 


343 


Hammond Frank 


119- 


•A Taylor Walter L 


347 


Leiper William F 


121 


Hughes Scott W 




Colquitt Av Begins 




Gaskili Intersects 


350 


Roper Joel C 


123 


Cornett Marion P 


353 


Blandford Willie Mrs 






354 


Thompson Edward H 






ETHE 


357 


Wood Albert P 


e 


to State (also known as W 


358 


Berry John M 


12th) 


361 


Rogers L W Co 


1 


Hockenhull Walter L 


362 


Wolcott Charles W 


2 


Philips John R 


363 


Bible Charles J 


4 


Williams Elijah M 




McCIendon Intersects 


5 


Moffett Littleton M 


366 


Nolan Antoine O 




Clark Intersects 


370 


Smith George T 


14 


Healey George T 


374 


Dozier J Lawrence 


15 


Dodd Clifton A 


388 


Johnstone Calvin E 


16 


Poss Ida Mrs 


389 


Church of the Epiphany 


17 


Coley Edward G 


392 


Thrasher Barton E Jr 


18 


Nichols Charles 




Cleburne Av Begins 






400 
401 


Nichols John M 
Vacant Sept 14, 1912 


EUCLID AV, from 650 Edgewood 


av 


n e to Whiteford av, pav- 




Kuhns Ends 


ed 


with macadam, sewerage 


415 


Levau Louis 


th 


"oughout, water Hurt to 


461 


Adams H M Seymour Dr 


Moreland 


462 


Meyer August 


10 


Inman Park Presbyterian 


469 


Woolf Henry A 




Church 


475 


Kuhns Julius H 


14 


Booth Mary Mrs 


479 


Travis Jesse C 




Dixie av Intersects 


485 


Nance John F 


30 


Jeffries Thomas H 


486 


Runyan David G 


46 


Chamlee John B 




Royston Av Ends 


56 


Burruss John C 


501 


Cobb Jackson D 




Waverly Way Intersects 


504 


Walling James L 




Elizabeth Intersects 


508 


Ibbetson Bertram 


140 


La Hatte Macon T 


512 


Moore James B 


150 


West B Graham 










Hurt Intersects 


EUGENE, from av w 


154 


Kiser Marion C 


to 


Howell Mill rd, 1 s of Bishop 


192 


Candler Walter T 


6 


Gholston Margaret S Mrs 


196 


Hatcher Clarence W 








Poplar Circle Ends 


EUGENIA, from 85 Windsor e to 


203 


Grant Edgar L 


281 S Pryor, 1 s of Rawson, 


205 


Winn W Thomas 


paved with macadam, sewerage 


212 


Maddox John H 


an 


d water throughout 


215 


Markham Frederick L 


11 


Baker Robert T 


219 


Stoutz George J 


12 


Jacobson Aaron 


220 


Walthall William P 


15 


Fuss John L 




Lake Av Intersects 


16 


Wilson Earnest O 


223 


Power Sarah Miss 




Cooper Intersects 


227 


Branch Arthur L 


33 


Hamil John W 


231 


Braymer Daniel H 


37 


Burk Martin J 




Alta Av Begins 


41 


Greene John W 


241 


Griggs Earl 


42 


Hollingsworth Seth P 


245 


Ginn E Harriman 


44 


Fleshman Charles W 


249 


Vacant Sept 14, 1912 


45 


Gouedy David H 


264 


Davis Jefferson H 




Formwalt Intersects 




Austin Av Begins 


57- 


•59 Georgian Pharmacal Co 


269 


Lincoln William S 


63 


Cochran Annie C Mrs 


273 


Johnson Lillian S Mrs 
Pyburn Claude R 






277 




280 


Dunlap James T 


EUHHLEE, from 451 W Fair to 




Washita Av Begins 


Beckwith 


283 


Methvin John F 


11' 


White James (c) 


285 


Adams Ernest L 


11- 


B Collier Columbus (c) 


289 


Ferguson Nathan N 


14 


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15 Cunningham Alfred (c) 

16 Morman David (c) 

17 Buster Fleming (c) 
22 Echols Frederick (c) 
24 Moore Walter (C) 

26 Walker Elijah (c) 
28 Littles Warren (c) 
30 Holt James (c) 



Sewell James W 



EVANS, from 162 Gordon, s to 
Beecher av, 1 w of Lee, pav- 
ed with macadam throughout 
12 Ewing Orville 
14 Hood L Jackson 
17 Baker Frank H 
19 Mitchell Milton D 
21 Taylor Joseph J 
27 Perrin William B 

York Av Intersects 

44 Anderson Mary Mrs 

45 Swanton Joseph W 

46 Mayo William R 

47 Davis William L 

48 Hough Sallie M Mrs 
50 Hartman Charles H 

Oglethorpe Av Intersects 
72 Lambert Edward K 
74 Bogajski William A 

Mathews Intersects 
81 Johnson Stephen (c) 
83 Duncan Essie (c) 
97 Cameron Mary E Mrs 



EVANS AV (Ormewood Park), 
from Walker av e to Under- 
wood av, 1 s of Eden av 



EVANS DRIVE (Oakland City), 
from Jacobs Drive, s e to Mil- 
ton Drive, water Jacobs to 
Hoods Drive 
1 Dempsey Ellia L 
3 McLoughlin Lula Mrs 
7 Locke John T 
7 Fort McPherson P O 

12 Mostellar William P 

13 Jones Lucian B 

14 Walker Walter J 

15 Hartson Thomas J 
Harger Michael L 

16 Williams John H 

17 Beck Anderson M 

18 Hawkins Green T 

19 Dockendorf William 

20 Stubblefield Thomas B 

21 Chevalier William P Rev 

22 Koch Harry W 

23 Thurmond Charles 

25 Kendall William J 

26 Buck William E 

27 Meenen J B 

31 Screws Garrett 

32 Barber William C 

33 Aiken Arminta Mrs 

34 Weitzler Joseph W 
36 Bell John B 

38 Waits James 
44 Starnes J 

Brant Taylor Y 

Jolly George W* 

Ingram Charles L 

Bevis Asberry L 

Armor Rudolph L 

Francis Mary H Mrs 

Davis George J 

Doherty James 

Heitman Fred L 

Powers Fletcher M 



EVELYN PLACE, 

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EVERHART, located in Capitol 
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EXCHANGE PLACE, from 41 N 
Pryor e to 22 Ivy, 1 n of Deca- 
tur, paved with granite blocks, 
water throughout 
23 Atlanta Theatre Soda Co 
25 Atlanta Theatre 
27 Atlanta News Co 
31 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
33 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
35 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
37 Vacant Sept 19. 1912 
39 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 



EXPOSITION, from McMillan w, 
2 s of Emmett, water from Cur- 
ran to Marietta rd 
10 Raulston William A 
14 Turner Berry M 
16 McAdams George W 
18 Turner Archie W 
24 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 



EZRA, from 329 W 14th n to W 
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EZZARD, from 37 Bradley e to 
Ella Place, 1 n of Decatur, wa- 
ter and sewerage Bradley to 
Cornelia 

3 Carter Henry (c) 

3 Walker Julius (c) 

7 Hobson John (c) 

9 Hinton Alfred F <c) 
11 Shaw Clifford (c) 
14 Scott James (c) 



Cooks Alley Besius 

15 Holmes Thomas (ci 
18-A Hill Annie (c) 
20 Dulses Arnos (c) 
28 Gilmore DeWitt (c) 
30 Jackson Cornelius (c) 
30-A Robinson William (O 
32 Stokes James (c) 
32-A Owens Edward (c) 
Cornelia Intersects 
34 Strickland Luke (c) 
37 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
40 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
40-A Collest John (c) 
42 Mitchell Jack (c) 
45 Moreland Broughton (cl 

49 Haney Henry (c) 

50 Lovejoy William (c) 
53 McNeil Neil James (c) 
56 Hill Robert (c) 



FACTORY, see Carroll 



FAIN, from 118 Bell e to S Hil- 
liard, 2 s of Edgewood av. wa- 
iter from Fort to Hilliard 
2 Bolden Edna 
4 Ashmore William (c) 

7 Sloan William (c) 

8 Reed Edward (c) 

10 Epps Evan (c) 

11 Glover Robert (c) 

12 Dansby Robert (c) 
15 Williams Reuben (c) 



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FAIN — Cont'd 

16 Jones Lizzie (c) 

17 Bell Ida (c) 

18 Grant Sarah <c) 

Holeomb Alley Ends 
Towns Intersects 

19 Simpkins Joseph (c) 

20 Bigby John (c) 

21 Patrick Thomas (c) 

22 Holland Susie (c) 

23 Gordon Lizzie (c) 

24 Neal Julia (c) 

25 Rawlins Arthur (c) 

26 Pollard Henry (c) 

Fort Intersects 
42 Edwards Richards (c) 
45 Hines Lonia (c) 

47 Harmon William (c) 

Horton Ends 

48 McCommons Vinie (c) 

50 James Rachel (c) 

51 Williams Hattie (c) 

52 Davis Willie (c) 

53 Williams Mack (c) 

54 Anderson Hattie May (c) 

56 Stanfield Maud (c) 

57 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

58 Parks Angeline (c) 

59 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

60 McCauley John (c) 

61 Varner Lily (c) 

62 McKlester Cleveland (c) 



FAIR, e and w from 256 White- 
hall to city limits, paved with 
granite blocks e to Oakland 
Cemetery, w to Chestnut, sew- 
erage Chestnut to Walker, A & 
W R R to Forsyth, Pryor to 
Washington, Crew to Cherokee 
av and Boulevard to Powell, 
water from Ashby to Powell 
and from Chastain to Stoval 
(Going Fast) 
1 Russell Moses R 

15 Rucker Clair H Mrs 

16 Atwater Robert (c) 

17 Glass Alson L 

19 Love Thomas D Dr 

20 Burns Mary Mrs 

Formwalt Intersects 
31 Sherer Marie Mrs 
33 Croom James T 
35 Kenny Mary M Mrs 
37 Withers Mollie Mrs 
57 Street Tempea Mrs 

67 Steele Paul A 

Pryor Intersects 

68 Futral William E 

69 Price Louise E Mrs 

72 Baker William O 

73 Butler Robert E 

76 Calfee Cecil 

77 Cantrell William C 



81 Watson Ernest K 
85 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
Central Av Intersects* 
Pulliani Intersects 

104 Wyman Leonard J 
106 Walker James R 

114 Allen Mary B Mrs 
Culpepper Emmett K 
Magee George H 

115 Braselton C Annie Miss 

116 McDonald Edward 
116% Ziganke Frederick 

118 Campbell Nathaniel N 
Newnan Philip W 

119 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 

120 Libbey Margaret Mrs 
120y 2 Cooper Thomas J 

122 Sullivan Edward J 
Eidson Ella J Mrs 

123 Jones Frank 

124 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
124-A Green Lena Mrs 
124-B Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

Washington Intersects 
151 Crawford Robert T 

155 Snelling James N 

156 Anderson Ida Mrs 

158 Pogue Kate Mrs 

159 Webb Annie Mrs 
165 Sapp James M 

Crew Intersects 
171 Pattillo Howard P 
179 Carleton John A 
181 Herman Abraham 
181-A Skipper Clarence T Dr 
183 Hamlin J Homer 
183-A Townsend Robert C 
185 Klein Bert H 
185-A Cruickshank Alexander E 
187 Nealy Octavia N Mrs 

191 Miller Lettie Mrs 

192 Lichtenstein Morris 

Capitol Av Intersects 

213 Hamilton Thomas C 

214 Cohen Samuel J 

215 Barnes William F 

216 Gershon Myer 

217 Haley Joseph E 

218 Palatnick Abraham 

220 Miller William M 

221 Folds David J 

222 Burton Leila Mrs 

223 Lundbom Gustaff A 

224 Dyer Albert 

226 Stamps Lula Mrs 

227 Gussi Dominico 
229 Green Fannie Mrs 
231 Hall Louise S Mrs 

233 Morris James W 

234 Williams Edward V D 

Frnser Intersects 

235 Bumbos & Sermos 

236 Yun Joe 

237 Duffey Benjamin C 

238 Herley John T 

241 Everette Mary A Mrs 

242 Goddard John C 
246 Lyon Robert L 

Kingsley Ends 
248 Gray Carrie N Mrs 
250 Hicks Talitha Mrs 

252 Cross Millard L 

253 Harris Mary J Mrs 

254 Davis Anna E Mrs 
256 Berry Julia S Mrs 

258 Waters Ralph A 

259 Walker Eugene C 

260 Porter Mark B 



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Dorsey James F 


391 


Barnett Joseph 


263 


Hoffman Louis 


392 


Kaplan Benjamin 


264 


Asmus Charles J 


395 


Vacant Sept 17, 1912 


266 


Jenkins Mary Mrs 




Hill Intersects 


267 


Tribble James M 


398 


Cranford William H 


268 


Griffin Smith H 


400 


Feinberg Charles 


269 


Morris Bernard S 


401 


Ellison Francis Mrs 


270 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


402 


Feinberg Michael 


270 y 2 Arcler Jo 


404 


Parham Nettie Mrs 




Jackson Winder C 


405 


Patton Ida N Mrs 


271 


Smolensky Jacob 


406 


Taylor Charles S 


272 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


411 


Holland J Sid 




Terry Intersects 


412 


Smedley Flora M Mrs 


274 


McGee Albon A 


413 


McCandless William 


275 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


416 


Clay William D 


276 


Donahue Catherine M Miss 


417 


Stewart John T 


278 


Smith H Norman 


418 


Gottlieb Morris 


279 


Fine Jacobs 




Fori Ends 


280 


Brodstein Abraham 


421 


Matthews T Edwin 


283 


Sevelovitz Myer 


426 


Smith Marcellus W 


284 


Danneman Samuel 


426 


Coker L A Mrs 


285 


Bowchoff Tobias 


427 


Grubb Jane Mrs 


286 


Kielman L Daniel 


429 


Jordan Rosser F 


290 


Weitzman Nathan W 


430 


Johnson George G 




Martin Intersects 




Nunn Sallie C Mrs 


293 


Greene Hubert 


434 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


294 


Turner James L 


435 


Kaplin Kolman 


296 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


436 


Minday David 


297 


Lawhon Ernest F 


438 


Frierson Molly Mrs 


301 


Robkin Nathan 




Moore Sallie M Mrs 


302 


Toney William C 


439 


Smullian Simon 


305 


Gibson Paul W 


440 


Roberts Frank M 


306 


Newton Cornelia Mrs 


442 


Blackstall Marcellus 


308 


Maddox Sallie Mrs 




Hanes Joseph B 


310 


Cohen Samuel 


443 


Pittman John H 


311 


Boorstein Solomon 


446 


Rigutti Leona Mrs 


314 


Cook Esther E Miss 


447 


McWaters John F 


315 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 




Harden Begins 


318 


Branstein Samuel 


450 


McWaters J Harvey 


319 


Smith Charles E 


452 


Elbert Elizabeth B Mrs 


319- 


■A Crouch George G 


453 


Klapper Edward H 


319- 


•B Scott William W 


455 


Brown Samuel A 


319 


-C Bradshaw Lula Mrs 


456 


Hill James B 


321 


Harper William W 


457 


Laubenstein Philip 


322 


Brig-man Frederick B 


459 


Quinn John T 


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Kinard Luther H 




Grant Intersects 


324 


Zimmerman Samuel 


460 


Hammack W F 




King- Intersects 


462 


Vacant Sept 6, 1912 


327 


James Mary 


464 


Moore James M 


329 


Culver Katie L Mrs 


466 


Bond Thomas L 


331 
337 


Fuller Albert 
Toney William V 


466V, Vacant Oct 2, 1912 
467 Wilder William H 


338 


Mathis Morris (c) 


469 


Barfield Charles F 


341 


Davidson Louis 


473 


Zimmer J Frederick 


341% Autry Andrew x 


474 


Leas Julius E 




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475 


Reynolds Edward C 


342 
344 
347 
350 


Smith H Norman 
Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
Fromishon Isaac 
Harper J Augustus 
Green J Lawrence 


476 
476 

477 


Smith Jesse T 
-A Garrett Hiram 
George Ends 

Massey Georgia Mrs 


351 


Achey John H 


478- 


■A Hood Edward 


354 


Moulder Earl 


478 


-B Vacant Sept 6, 1912 


355 


-65 Fair Street School 


480 


Green William E 


358 


Vacant Sept 11, 1912 


485 


Porter Henry (c) 


364 


Black Adolph 


4S7 


Akers William (c) 




Moore Ends 


495 


Bagwell John D 


368 


Marks Nathan 


497 


Vacant Sept 18, 1912 


372 


Crumley George W 


499 


Vacant Sept 18, 1912 




Kelly Begins 




Oakland Av Intersects 


373 


Smith Annie Mrs 


501 


Evans William W 


374 


Garner Edward B 


503 


•B Taylor Heard J 


377 


Vacant Sept 17, 1912 


507 


First Seventh Day Adv Ch 


380 


Yarbray Robert L 


507 


Atl Seventh D Ad Ch Schoo 


381 


Russ Jacob 


519 


Morris Arthur C 


384 


Leppert Joseph Jr 


523 


Sills Jesse W 


385 


Abelsky Abraham G 


525 


Pittman Charles T 


388 


Reeves Fannie J Mrs 


527 


Watts Felix O 




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Cherokee Av Begins 

554 Oakland Cemetery 

555 Atlanta Floral Co 

Wood Begins 
Looniis Av Begins 

Smith Arthur L 

Denman Thomas 

Bearden Henry E 

Pate Charles O 

Jackson Jesse R 

Akin James 

Shannen Refrigerator Wks 

Giles John M 

Marett James M 

McDonnold C Herchel 

Evans John J 

Evans Ansel 

Roper Charles E 
Park Av Begins 
-A Beal John H 
-B Cash Charles TV 
-A Vacant Sept 9. 1912 
-B Davis Elizabeth Miss 
-A Gilleland George TV 

Arial William O 
-A Wilson India Mrs 
-A Buice R Faith 
-B Fowler James 

Boulevard Intersects 

Shookoff Jacob 

Vacant Oct 17, 1912 

Brand Eliza M Mrs 

Lyons John H 

Land William R 

Tavlor Oscar A 

Howell Thomas C 

Edmondson John 

Bearden W Paul 

Moon T William 

Puckett John W 

Vaughn Joseph J 
-A Briley John T 
-B Vacant Oct 17, 1912 

Black Emma Mrs 

Neeley Andrew D 

Martin Samuel E 

Vacant Oct 17, 1912 
Berean Av Intersects 

Immanuel Baptist Church 

Smith William F 

Kelly Stephens S 

Henson W Clarence 

Smith Albert R 

Mitchell Albert 

Ricketts Frederick B 

Manning Mary Mrs 

Rutledge Jennie Mrs 

Hewitt Eugene L 

Tanner Marion O 

Bolt Gaines A 

Sherman William M 

Mooney John H 

Chester Thomas L 
Powell t'nils 

Green Benjamin F 
-B Yarbrough Virgil 

Goldstein Isaac 

Pinkard Peter C 

Carter John D 

McDaniel Robert A 

Goldstein Izzy 

Poss Callie Mrs 

Cameron Begins 

Mayfleld Starling I 

Nunn Robert E 

Pate James H 

McKinney William D 



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716 Pate George W 

717 Dickerson John H 

718 Pate George TV 

719 Holmes Washington C 

720 Lyons John H 

721 Bolton Mary Mrs 

722 Brightwell William 

723 Webb Georgia A Mrs 

Tye Ends 

724 Calhoun Burnett D 

725 Vaughn Samuel 

726 Locklear George TV 

Estoria Ends 
Chastain Begins 
728 Lewis Emory K 
766 Godfrey Levi D 
768 Wade David A 
770 Brantley William S 
772 Sevier Fannie Mrs 
778 Kerr Mary J Mrs 
847 Holloway Alfred A 

A & W P By Intersects 
892 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
895 Eagle Foundry & Iron Co 

Eureka Metal Works 

900 Cohen Moses 

901 Carrie Steele School 

Gibson Intersects 
946 Ivie Stanton W 
948 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
Stovall Intersects 
964 Hooten Charles 
994 Daggett Lee C 
1000 Patrick Homer N 

County Line Road 
1002 Faith School 
1022 Crowley John H 
1024 Crowley Mary A Mrs 
1028 Faith John Jr 

Flat Shoals Av Intersects 
1030 Kennemore William F 
1036 Reeder Milton O 
1038 Burger Benjamin H 

1041 Spier Robert B 

Moreland Intersects 

1042 Haynes John 

1046 Ledbetter Thomas L 
1048 Grady Zachary T 

1052 Sockwell Ostello S 

1053 Oxford George S 

1054 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

1071 George Joseph I 

1072 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
1075 Keen James C 

Leggetts Av Intersects 
1122 Burned Sept 11, 1912 

Battlefield Av Begins 
1128 Painter John M 
1130 Brown Claude J 

Van Noy Begins 
1137 Wingate Peter A 
1141 Mann James M 

1168 McCarthy William 

1169 Brownlee James TV 
1172 Wise Abraham (c) 
1174 McCarthy William M 

Francis Intersects 
1180 Randall Percy <c) 
1182 Randall Josiah (c) 
McMullan Luther 
Chiles James S 

Whitefoord Av 
East Side \v 
Loden Alonzo F 

Going West 
Forsyth Intersects 
27 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 



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Vacant Sept 19. 1912 


238 


Goldberg Max 


34 


Wall William 3 


239 


Harden Ingram (c) 


37 


Wood John T 


243 


Smith James W 


38 


Schiff Frederick 


244 


Michael Arvurn <c) 


41 


Mitchell R D 


246 


Miller Calvin (c) 


47 


McMullen Mattie Mrs 


247 


Miles Edgar F 


48 


Anderson William M 




Vine Begins 


50 


Bender Edward 


248 


Vacant Sept 20. 1912 


51 


Gregg Edward S 


250 


Kelley John R (c) 


52 


Duggan Ala Mrs 




Davis Lewis (c) 


59 


Sciple Sons Warehouse 


254 


Dillard Samuel (c) 


64 


Wilder D R Mfg Co 


257 


Rosendorf Samuel 




Railroad** Intersect 


259- 


-61 Jenkins Nancy (c) 


100 


Spangler Sallie Mrs 


262 


McCoy Lonnie (c) 




Peters Intersects 


265 


Brown James (c) 




Bradberry's Alley Endft 


268 


Cloud John (c) 


103 


Bressler Hirsch 


269 


Carter Grant (c) 


104 


Miller Manuel 


271 


Billings Martha (c) 


198 


Bowman John G 


272 


Nickerson Robert 


112 


Gower Lee 


274 


Strickland Fannie (c) 


114 


Smith John O 


276 


Lyles Sarah (c) 




Walker Intersects 


278 


Mt Carmel A M E Ch (c) 


131 


Lloyd Wylie H 




Maliar Intersects 


133 


Allgood Thomas F 


284- 


86 Fortson Thomas F (c) 


137 


Cochran John M 




Elm lieu ins 


138 


Baker John W 


288 


-90 Wald Morris 


139 


Rowan Zachariah E 


292 


Vacant Sept 20, 1912 


140 


Long-mire Robert M 


292 Ms Wald Morris 


145 


Early Edward 


293 


Hunnicutt Carrie (c) 


146 


McGregor Samuel R 


294 


Vacant Sept 20. 1912 


147 


Zollikofer Arnold 


295 


Hammons Henrietta 


148 


Roberts Frank T 


296 


Levy Abraham 


151 


McGanley Patrick G 


297 


Jones Lillie (c) 


153 


Beck William C 


298 


Johnson David J (c) 


155 


Roberts Belle Mrs 




Roach Ends 


156 


Foster George J 


302 


Williams Julia fc) 


161 


Moore Peter (c) 


302- 


•A Chambers Nellie (c) 


162 


Peacock Etta Mrs 


303 


Vacant Sept 7, 1912 


165 


Little Leola (c> 


304 


Clyde Floyd (e) 


106 


Wolfe Lula P Mrs 


304- 


A Jackson Benjamin (c) 


167 


Rosenblum Burly 


306 


Spicer Edward (c) 


169 


Pittman N Elmer 


306- 


A Sanford Spears (c) 


170 


Evans Herschel S 


307 


Vacant Sept 7, 1912 




Cliapel Intersects 


308 


Dixon Rena (c) 


179 


Harris John B 


308- 


■A Ethridge Edward (c) 


181 


Branch Samuel R 


309 


Hays Frank fc) 


182 


Lester Emmett P (c) 


313 


Vacant Sept 7, 1912 


184 


Thomas John (c) 


314 


Morgan Elliott (c) 


185 


Pate Jesse S 


315 


Vacant Sept 7. 1912 


186 


Vacant Sept 21, 1912 




Battle Intersects 


188 


Welch Roy H 


321 


Banks William (c) 


189 


Ogletree Joshua P 


322 


Paschal Clara (c) 


190 


Peacock John 


323 


Strozier Robert (c) 


192 


Thompson Oscar L 


324 


Evans Augustus (c) 


195 


Vacant Sept 7. 1912 


325 


Miller James (c) 




Bailey Resins 


326 


Cook Thomas E 


196 


Flynn William 


326% Lamar Boston (c) 


200 


Mason Amanda Mrs 




l.mishf Ends 


202 


Ivey Gordon 


327 


Davis Daniel (c) 


203 


Jackson Coleman 


335 


St Matthias Episcopal Mis 


205 


McGahee Walter L 


335 V2 Davis Marv (e) 


206 


Trussell William L 


337 


Strong Madison D (c) 


207 


Hayden Martha ,C Mrs 


338 


Johnson Emma (c) 


210 


Henning John T 


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Washington James W (c) 


211 


Crumbley N Ophelia Miss 


341 


Mathis Amos A Rev (c) 


214 


Henning Claude C 


342 


Johnson Sanford (c) 


215 


Babb Walter O 


343 


Rodgers William H ic) 


217 


Henning George H 


345 


Vacant Sept 7. 1912 


220 


McDonald Baptist Church 


348 


Henry Richard J fc) 


222 


M'>ore George W 




Mildred Begins 




Walnut Bett'ins 


354 


Ware Samuel A <c) 


223 


Lee Robert E 


357 


King William H <c> 


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Rivers Rollo O 


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Clowers James (c) 


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James Washington A Jr 


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Moss Mary (c) 


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Chestnut Intersects 


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Dean Walter A 


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Peoples Pharmacy 101 


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Goldberg Max 


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Vaughn George (c) 


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Proctor Intersects 

389 Eubanks Richard (c) 
395 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
397 Johnson James A (c) 
399 Ryan Silas (c) 
403 Shamos Jacob 

Milton Begins 
409 Wardlaw Charles H (c) 
415 May Josephine (c) 
421 Walton Delure (c) 
423 Ports Solomon (c) 

Webster Begins 
429 Long William B (c) 

Eurhlee Begins 
451 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
453 Thomas Tippie (c) 
475 Blalock Harriett (c) 
477 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
479 Owens William (c) 

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495 Burch Myers (c) 
499 Bentley Wesley (c) 
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505 Holsey Annie (c) 



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FAIR OAKS, on Marietta car line 
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FAIRDALE, 10 miles s, take cars 
marked "College Park" at 
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FAIRFAX, from 392 Fort w to 
Lowndes, 1 n of Forrest av 



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FAIRL.IE, from 71 Marietta n 
to 20 Carnegie Place, 1 w of 
Forsyth, paved with granite 
block throughout, sewerage 
from Walton to James, water 
throughout 

10 A B & A Building 

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Atlantic Compress Co 
Atlanta Gas Light Co 
Ga Ry & Power Co 

11 Hannan Moses 
15 Fairlie House 

Walton Intersects 
26 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
30 Crumley Building 

Wynne-Almond P & H Co 
Wynne-Ashley Printing Co 
Empire Cement Works 

32 Moncrief Lloyd E 
Peters-McKinney Elec Co 

33 Postoffice 

41 U S Postoffice 

Poplar Intersects 
Luckie Intersects 
44 Vacant Nov 15, 1912 
46-48 Cruickshank Cigar Co 

67 Bonn Lemuel E 

James Intersects 

68 Perkins Wm D 

69 Richardson Mary E Mrs 

71 Webb William H 

72 Cole May Mrs 

73 Hooks Kate Mrs 

77 Pickwick Apartments 
FAIRMONT (near New Reser- 
voir) from W & A Ry n to Cul- 
pepper, 3 w of S A L 



FAIRMOUNT STATION (Cook's 
District) on River car line 



FAIRVIEW AV, changed to Dun- 
ning 



FAIRVIEW AV, in Druid Hills 
67 Sudduth James 



FAIRVIEW ROAD, from More- 
land av e to limits, 1 s of Ponce 
de Leon av, paved with macad- 
am, sewerage and water 

throughout 

23 Whitman Walter R 



FAITH (O C), changed to Os- 
borne 



FAITH AV, from Stovall e to 
Moreland av, 1 s of E Fair 



FAITH'S CROSSING, on S Deca- 
tur car line 



FARRINGTON AV, from 564 Mar- 
tin e, 1 n of Haygood 



FAYETTEVILLE ROAD CROSS- 
ING (Decatur), on S Decatur 
car line 



FEDERAL BATTERY, on N De- 
catur car line, between Hurt 
St and DeGress av 



FELDER AV (Edgewood), from 
Walker n to North av, 1 e of 
Moreland av, sewerage from 
Hume to North av 



FERGUSON (formerly Oak, Edge- 
wood), from DeKalb av n to 
McLendon, 3 e of Moreland av 
sewerage throughout 
17 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

20 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

21 Brand George M 

22 Lancaster George F 

23 Jordan Sterling G 

24 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
26 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
28 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 



FERN AV, from Vanira s to 
Boynton av, 3 e of Capitol av 
9 Haynes Edward V 

Jefferson Intersects 

72 Cobb Moses R 

80 Jones Georgia Mrs 

81 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

82 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
91 Davis John C (c) 

93 Galloway William C (c) 
173 Toney James L 
175 Lawrence William J 

Haygood Av Intersects 
190 Jones James (c) 
215 Robinson Annie (c) 



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6 McDonald Walter C J 
14 Herndon James V 



FIFTEENTH, from 979 Peach- 
tree e and w, paved with ma- 
cadam throughout 

Going East 

11 Akin Francis J 

15 Levin Jacob 

16 Thompson J S 
Barbour 

22 Kuhrt Mary R Mrs 

Peachtree Circle Begins 
27 Dewar Roger A 
35 Floyd James S 
46 Ellis William D 

53 Richardson Everard Dr 

55 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
58 Jones Francis E 

67 Sneed Cordelia Mrs 
71 Bvrley John H 

81 Riley Robert E 

87 MacDougald Emily C Mrs 

95 Smythe Robert A 

96 Lowndes George S 
99 Wynn James O 

100 Conklin Charles 
107 Ehney Edwin S 
115 Smith Burton 
121 Hopkins Linton C 

129 Muse George 

Piedmont Av Intersects 

130 Inman Edward H 

Going West 

20 McMillan Ferdinand D 

32 Carnes Henrv G Dr 

38 Paulin James E Dr 

44 Johnson Allen F 

50 Westmoreland Willis j^i 

51 Speer Spalding S 

54 Eastman Frank Dr 

56 Malone Albie W 
66 Smith John W 

70 Wesley Terrell C 

71 Harper Henry S 
74 Setze James W 
77 Latimer Carroll 

82 Jackson Myra O Mrs 

83 Jarvis John S 
85 Kobak Benedict 
87 Ware Howell H 



FIFTH, from 385 West Peach- 
tree e to Fort, and w to State, 
paved with macadam from 
Cherry to Myrtle, water from 
Peachtree to West Peachtree. 
sewerage from Cherry to Ridge 
av 

Going East 

2 Bates Georgia (c) 
17 Mangham Jackson W 
21 Potts Irene K Mrs 
27 Northen Charles S 

Cypress Intersects 



32 Calhoun F Phinizy Dr 
85 Obear William G Gen 
Peachtree Intersects 

81 Anderson James L 

82 Sanders John S 

83 Ashford Clement H 
85 Johnson John L 

Juniper Intersects 
109 Jones Edwin M 

Burge John P 
111 Deans Robert E 

Piedmont Av Intersects 
125 Martin William F 
127 Williford Floyd Miss 

Myrtle Intersects 
273 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 
277 Hester Andrew H 

Bedford Place Intersects 

281 Jennings Edward H 

282 Small James H 

285 Hollingsworth J Victor 

286 Pickett William H 

289 Hill Richard S 

290 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

305 Bottenfield Lyman P ' 

306 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 
310 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 

314 Meier Neal 

315 Lemming W Berton 

Jackson Intersects 
Going West 
24 Pringle Roberts S 
28 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
32 Seymour Gerald A 

Spring Intersects 
43 Duncan Ernest 
45 Rust Richard S 
48 Pairo Louis P 

51 Martin Alfred J 

52 Bush Frederick 

54 Camp Benjamin T 

55 Latta Edgar C 

56 Essig Belle Mrs 

58 Bland Keel (c) 

59 Walker James W 

60 Matthews George B 

62 Collings Thomas L 

63 Hanahan Peyre G 
•66 Clarke James O 

68 Lambert Frederick H 
70 Wagstaff Henry C 

73 Hitt Lucy Mrs 

Williams Intersects 

74 Whitner Thomas C 

75 Dickson Tazewell T 
79 Roberts Edmond P 

83 Von Herrmann Charles F 

89 Morris Charles A 

90 Shivers, Lester F 

91 Brown Mary G Mrs 

94 Edwards James P 

95 Gilham Patrick C 
97 Fennell Clingman G 

101 Lambert Joseph A 

Hemphill Av Intersects 
State Intersects 
272 Eaton Thomas B 

274 Coker John W 

275 Grizzard Mack 

276 Saulsbury Thomas J 

Tifton Ends 

277 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
279 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

281 Johnson William B 

282 Chambers John H 

283 Davis William T 

284 Wallace Henry F 

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W FIFTH — Cont'd 
285 Jones Andrew E 
307 Taylor Mamie S Miss 
309 Burdett James T 
311 Tuggle Henry J 
313 Coleman William L 
Royal Hoiilns 

321 Bagwell Thomas R 

322 Martin Benjamin 

323 Johnson D Clinton 
325 Black Thomas W 

Ponders Av Intersects 
327 Taylor Grace Mrs 
338 Shepherd Cyrus (c) 
340 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
350 Jackson William (c) 
354 Taylor Major (c) 
356 McDaniel John (c) 
358 Weims Charles (c) 
360 Weims Hattie (c) 



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MACHINES, 

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FIFTH, from Belt Line R R, 
changed to Sherwood 



FIFTH AV, from 69 Bell e to 
Fort, 1 n of Gilmer 



FINLEY (formerly Baker, Edge- 
wood), from Flora av e, 3 s of 
DeKalb av 



FINLEY AV (C D), changed to 
Bullard 

4 Keller Henry H 
18 Cates Finley 
20 Roberson William D 



FIRST (Edgewood), from May- 
son av e to Railroad, 1 s of 
DeKalb 




FIRST AV (Decatur), on S De- 
catur car line 



FIRST AV, Lakewood Heights 



FISHER AV (Cook's District) on 
River car line 



FITZGERALD, from 482 Decatur 
**n to 357 Edgewood av, 1 n of 
Boulevard, sewerage from De- 
catur to Chamberlin, water 
throughout 



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2 Stanley Elisha R 

4 Lester Robert T 

6 Lambert Leo M 

8 Bothwell George E Dr 

10 Messervy Thomas H 

12 Clay Marv E Mrs 

14 Smith Robert W 

16 Vacant Sept 9. 1912 

20 Hayles Stanley C 

22 Head Benjamin B 

30 Hendrix Elizabeth Mrs 

38 Pitts Newton J 

42 Ham James L 

44 Brown Laura C Miss 

MuniusiiiM Intersects 

48 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

54 Smith ,lTvin C 

59 Golden Henry M 



FLAT SHOALS AV (formerly 
Flat Shoals rd), from Wylie I 
and A & W P.R R Belt Line 
s e to city limits 



Kirktvood Av Intersects 

80 Lesnoff Harry 
92 Collins Michael R 
96 Hammock Dora Mrs 
98 Wall D H & Bro 

Stovall Intersects 
132 Blond Ardle G 

Fields James W 
136 Britt Frank 
138 Crane John M 

140 Ferguson Charles V 

141 Faith John 

143 Heckle Walter W 
145 Keen Jefferson F 
166 Baggett Willis A 
175 Kelly John J 
179 Crymes Auther E 

181 Keen John H 

182 Buice J Emory S 

183 Dyol David R 

184 Mize John J 

186 Sudduth Leonard 
188 Barnes John J 
212 Barnes John J 

215 Martin Rufus J 

Fair Intersects 

216 Higginbotham Harvey 

217 Kalb Jacob T 

225 Langley James T 
227 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
229 Benton Amos (c) 

Moreland Av Intersects 
350 Harbin W Laurence 
354 Robinson Ralph L 
362 Harvill John R 

366 Burks Marv E Mrs 

367 Hearn Robert W 

380 Ball Charles A 

381 Tribble Ida F Mrs 
McPherson Av Intersects 

385 Fincher Thomas H P Dr 

390 Clyatt Thomas N 

402 Leathers Oscar C 

405 Bowden Isiah F 

411 Fincher Edgar F Dr 

Oak Grove Av Reg-ins 
414 Rosser Sebastian L 

418 Hollingsworth Emory R 

419 Vacant Sept 11. 1912 

420 Everitt Richard M 

421 Mealor William P 

425 Wilson James S 

426 Anderson Nathaniel P 

431 Thomason James 

432 Merchant Sherwood A 
Metropolitan Av Intersects 

438 Weber Mamie L Mrs 

446 Minor Marcus L 

4 54 Anderson Daisy Mrs 

456 Hazlerigs Mathew H 

458 Jackson W Pierce 

465 McWilliams John W Jr 

468 Huey John W 

480 Coffey Charles M 

483 McWilliams James S 

487 Waldrop Ollie O 

McWilliams J W & Son 
McWilliams John W 
McWilliams Lessie Mrs 
490 Vacant Sept 10. 1912 
494 Coffey W J & Son 
500 Marbut & Minor 

May Av Reg-ins 
512 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
516 Hemstreet John H 
530 Hudson Joseph V 
551 Dement Robert 
599 McKinney Samuel H 



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601 Buchanan Julius P 
605 Thompson Lulu S Miss 
681 Yarbrough William T 

Fallin John C 
Crabill Carlton C 
Clay Claud A 
Carroll Winston R 



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wood av, also Leggetts av 



FLETCHER, from Windsor w to 
Stewart av, 2 n of University 



FLORA AV (Edgewood). from 
LaFrance s to Hardee, 2 e of 
Moreland av 

1 Campbell Edward 

7 Evans David M 
15 Capps William L 
17 Chapman Wiley A 
22 Milligan Joseph J 

25 Haynes George D 

26 Phillips Crawford 
28 Rosenthal Henrv 
28-A Evans Robert 
32 Nash Wilson F 

36 Lewis Thomas H » 

37 Mitchell Russel 

38 Jones Charles 
'Ellis McNair W 

39 Mitchell Caleb S 

40 Mitchell Eugene M 

41 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

42 McCall Malcolm 
Joyner Julius A 

43 Turner George W 

45 Hinton Edward C 

46 Jones Edward A 

47 Hart William D 

48 Roberson James A 

49 Brown Oscar L 
51 Fowler Thomas G 

54 Merritt Wvlv B 

55 Brown William E 
60 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
62 Malry John B 

104 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
106 Reagin Robert E 
113 Bailey Luthur H 
116 Fields Mattie S Mrs 
Finley Intersects 
126 Garner James M 
129 Ewing Robert 
135 Pendlev John M 



FLORENCE, from Kendall n to 
Fortune. 2 e of Randolph 



FLOWERS ALLEY, from Ripley 
w to Piedmont av. 1 s of Cur- 
rier 



FLOYD ALLEY, from King e to 
Connally, 1 s of E Fair 



FLYNN, from Ethel n to 14th, 1 

e of Hemnhill av 

13 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

15 Holcomb Rachel R Mrs 

21 Holcomb Sandv B 
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FOOT (Fdp-ewocd) from Mayson 
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FOR MAY ALT, from 216 White- 
hall s to Dodd av, 1 w of S 
Pryor, paved with macadam 
from Whitehall to Ga av, sew- 
erage from Whitehall to 
Woodward av, Rawson to 
Richardson, and Crumley to 
Dodd av, water from Fair to 
Dodd av 

14 Tuttle Addie Mrs 
Fair Intersects 

17 Coon Samuel 

18 Guthman's Stables 
23 Crawford William T 

26 Vacant Sept 19. 1912 

27 Mann John W 

30 Cable Ida M Mrs 

31 Steele Judson R 

33 Rutledge Modena Mrs 

34 Palmer Whitcomb A 

37 Jensen Helbeck 

38 Weintraub Herman 
44 Kleinberg Bernard 

46 Elliott Georgia L Mrs 

Woodward Av Intersects 
48 Athens S 
52 Coleman Eva Mrs 
58 DeLoach Marv Mrs 

60 Wallace Robert 

61 Ware Lula Mrs 

62 Rusk Sallie Mrs 

64 Ransome Louemma 

65 Vaughn Charles C 

67 Clark William F 

68 Vacant Sept 19. 1912 

69 Denzler Edward W 

Rawson Intersects 
94 Dowdv Sarah M Mrs 
98 Vacant Sept 19. 1912 
101 Butler Oscar O 

103 King E Oscar 

104 Arnold Henry M 
110 Formwalt Street School 
113 Merlin Mitchell J 

Eugenia Intersects 
115 Watson George N 

117 Land Garland W 

118 Herring Nina Mrs 

122 Vacant Sept 2, 1912 

123 McAllister Marv J Mrs 
126 Woodward John 

Stowers Martha E Mrs 

129 Kemp Columbus (c) 

130 Mathews Claudia A Mrs 

133 Vacant Sept 20. 1912 

134 Van Dusen Charles 
136 Reddey John W 

141 Mills John W 

142 Scheuer Sigmond 

143 Jay O B 

147 Friedman Joseph H 

148 Kemp Francis E Mrs 
148Ms Cripps O Newton 

Fulton Intersects 
153 McKee George 
159 Pritchett Rosa 

161 Suttles Joseph 
Phillip Thomas 

162 Aaron Otis C 

165 Donehoo Elijah 

166 Garrard James 



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FORMWALT — Cont'd 

168 Satterwhite Elbert W 

169 Myrick Clarence C 
172 Wallace Goodman C 
174 Cale H Thomas 

Richardson Intersects 

205 Jackson Solomon (c) 

206 Bruchman August 
213 Jennings Henry (c) 

219 Wimbish Ella L (c) 

Crumley Intersects 

220 Denton Richard W 

221 Knapp Effie M Mrs 

226 Morrison Angus Jr 

227 Morris James W 

229 Durden Crosby D 

230 Owen Henry A 

233 Carlisle James C 

234 Eubanks J Edgar 

237 Slaton Arry L 

238 Kidd John R 

241 Davis S Reese P 

242 Webb Patillo P 

243 Turner J Edward 
246 McElroy Andrew P 

249 Williamson William K 

250 Smith James W 

251 York Robert L 

252 Stockton Ruble 

255 Peyton Sallie C Mrs 
Doyal James H 

256 Courtney Gideon C 

Glenn Intersects 
260 Prank Annie L Mrs 
264 Davis Ray N 

266 Wilson Harry 

267 Steiglitz Charles H 

270 Jacobson Herman 

271 Morris Annie Mrs 

272 Vacant SeDt 17 1912 

273 Yarbrougti William H 

274 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
276 Duckett Floyd 

279 Lyons Nannie L Mrs 

280 Brennan William J 
284 Cameron Susan Mrs 

Georgia Av Intersects 
300 Norris George O 

304 Wiley Jennie A Mrs 

305 Cobler Frank A 

306 Waterhouse Willie B 

307 Mitchell Charles F 
311 Fite Chester 

317 Castleberry Logan R 
319 Perkins Charles E 

Bass Intersects 
327 Howell Robert L 
329 Winn Richard E 

333 Kroger Ernest 

334 Swaringen James B 

335 Slate William C 

336 Black John H A 

339 Brittain Joseph H 

340 Harrison Robert H 



343 House Charles D 

344 Davies James B 

345 Vittur Ernest J 

347 McDonald Leoriidas C 

348 Forrester Alfred K 

350 Scudder W Russell 

351 Scott Joseph A 

354 Butts Susan Mrs 

355 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

356 Whitmire Albert L 

357 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

358 Wood Nellie Mrs 

359 Hogan James B 

Tennessee Av Ends 

360 Ramey John W 

361 Carr John 

363 Simmons James H 
367 Adams Charles L 
370 Noah William N 
372 Hamby Thomas Jr 
374 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
376 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 



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tree e to 258 Randolph, 1 n of 
Baker. paved with granite 
blocks from Piedmont av to 
Jackson, macadam from Jack- 
son to Boulevard, sewerage 
from Peachtree to Boulevard, 
water throughout 

5 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

9-11 Jessup & Antrim 
15 Faltl Lapole 
19 Milner James F 
21 Roberts Frederick C 
23 Hardage William O 

33 Brown Lucy W Mrs 

34 Shepard Thomas J 

Courtland Intersects 
40 Crumley William M 
45 Smith Peter F 

48 Scales Henry P 
Grant Bryan M 

49 Alexander Julius M 

53 Parks Willis B Dr 

54 Newman William T 
58 Barr Adrian A 

61 Du Pree Thaxton L 

64 Holliday George H 

65 Wisdom Walter W 

66 Cason Walter E 
71 Smith David C 

74 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

75 Porter John L 

78 Griffith Mary B Mrs 

79 Fain William L 
Piedmont Av Intersects 

83 Davis Charles E 

86 Hancock Eulalia F Mrs 

87 Ward William A 
90 Adair Otis F 

93 Asher William T Dr 

94 Ward Edwin K 

95 Park Anna L Mrs 

98 Jobson Philip N 

99 Walker Charles B 

100 Daniel Cornelius J 

101 Fisher Henry E 

102 Duval Joseph W 

105 Champion Reuben W 

106 Humler Oscar A 

109 Mellichamp Joseph C 
112 Lindsey Lelia E Mrs 
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118 Morris James R 
121 Morris McClure C 

123 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

124 Boynton Annie E Mrs 

126 Smith Charles 

Batter Intersects 

127 Goldberg William 

130 Forrest Av Ice Cream Co 

131 Moore Eugene A 

132 Rogers L. W & Co 

134 Smith Sarah J Mrs 

135 Sudderth Daniel G 

136 Mitchell Robert M 

138 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

Lowndes Begins 

139 Calhoun Patrick H 
145 Cosby Sell P 

148 Pirtle Mary E Mrs 
Womack Marion V 

151 Padgett James R 

152 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

155 Stuart Euclid B 

156 Crist Max Z Dr 

159 Kamper Francis E 

160 Laird Edmund C 

163 Tripod Auguste P 

164 Pelot Stevens P 

165 Kent Harry W 

167 Spain Robert L 

168 Silvey Jerome 

172 Robinson Frank M 

173 Neal Ophelia H Mrs 

174 Kenan Henrietta Mrs 

175 Swain John 

176 Allison Charles R 

178 Owen Annie S Mrs 

179 Clark William F 
Bedford Place Begins 

181 Harris Susan A Miss 

184 Love Robert W 

Fort Intersects 

185 Bancker Everet A Jr 

186 Williams Charles F 
190 Cassels Raleigh C 

195 Crichton Eugene C 

196 Sankey Frank M 
198 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
200 Chambers John T 

203 McDonald James T 

204 Jackson Thomas 

207 Marchman Jesse W 

208 Bowen Thomas S 

Hlllinrd Intersects 

217 Gathright Thomas W 

218 Bailey John A 

219 Higgins Charles H 

220 Lathrop Walter W 

221 Erd Edward B 

223 Beck Gabriel C 

224 Wilson William S 

225 Burt William H 

226 Brown Homer W 

227 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
230 Williams William F 

Summitt Av Intersects 

234 Nicholas Apartments 
Putman Edward J 
Sims Bettie D Mrs 
McGovern Margaret C Mrs 
Dodd Howell E 

Hill Minmetta Mrs 

235 Wallis Sarah Mrs 

238 Bridges Samuel R 

239 Parks Virginia Bizzell Mrs 
241 Moore John W 

246 Davidson Hugh L 

247 Brice Samuel G 



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250 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

252 Thomas Clarence 

253 Helms Louis A 

254 McLaughlin Marcia B 

257 McCalley William L 

258 Hafley Elizabeth F 

260 Lorwood James O 

261 Henderson Theophilus 

262 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
264 Smith Herbert O 
268 Carter Jefferson W 
272 Peters Thomas 

Jackson Intersects 

288 Forbes Mary C Mrs 

289 Milam Robert P 

291 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

292 Johnson Marv Miss 

293 Beecher Addie L Miss 

296 Clarke Elwyn 

297 McNair J Lester 

298 McConnell C Owen 

299 King Carl H 
Boulevard Intersects 

Glenn Frank R 
Word Meredith K 
Bowie Daniel W 
Word Meredith K 
Hudson Nora <c) 
324 The Sanders Apartments 
Nickels Arthur G 
Grossman Joseph M 
Singleton Edward R 
Dekle Elmer E 
Cronheim Samuel P 
Shepard Charles E 
327 Moses Lucinda (c) 
338 Thompson Mary J Mrs 
342 Strauss Lawrence D 
356 Brannon Joseph F 

358 Perkins Thomas C 

359 Hollingsworth Aaron M 
Forrest Avenue School 
Hicks Albert J 

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Marietta to W & A R R, and 
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Going North 

2-4 American Book Co 

3 Pierson Mfg Co 

5 Atlanta Journal, The 
Journal Engraving Co 

6 Meara William D 

7 Western Union Tel Co 

8 Eagle Stamp Works 
Eagle Multigraphing Co 
Baine E D & Co 
Wootten Carl D 

9 Perryman & Co 
9V6 Central Club 

10 Austell Building 
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Lobby Word Brothers 

Western Union Tel Co 
Postal Telegraph Co 
New England Woolen Mills 
Rooms 
200 Sims E S Co 
201-2 Sou Ry Co, law agents 
Taylor George W 

203 Home Friendly Society 

204 Reed Thomas 

205 Bowles J Lemuel 

206 Fife George C Co 
207-8 U S Casualty Co 

Mullin John H 

209 Hogue Hunter 

210 Lyons Robert L 
300-11 N C & St L R R 

W & A R R 
312-14 Brown George Dr 
Brown Chemical Co 

315 Toledo Computing Scale Co 

316 Cook David C Pub Co 
317-18 Dixie Blue Print Co 
319-20 Watts Julius R & Co 

Dykema System Concr Co 

321 Atlanta Investment Co 

322 Russell J J & Son 

323 Neudorff Frederick 

324 Greenway Emmett W 
325-26 Durrett Reuben B Dr 
327 Nolan Antonia A 

400-1-2 Dysard Construction Co 
403 Standard Feed Mills 

Martin Tarpley B 
404-5 U S Navy Recruiting Sta 
406 Atl Typographical Union 
407-11 Collier P F & Son 
412-14 Moseley Robert C Dr 

415 Anderson Marcellus M 
Smith Albert R 
Landers Jesse N 
Anderson Bros Co 

416 Pyrene Manufacturing Co 

417 Spartan Collection Agency 

418 Hughes Frank M 
425-6 Kelly & Hill 
419-24 Associated Press 
427 Rosenbusch G H & Co 
500-11 Ind Life & Health Ins Co 

512 Collum Dropsy Remedy Co 

513 Dobbs John S 

514 Southern Advertising Agcy 

515 Meyer & Rice Co 
517-18-21 Hubbard & Gillespie 

519 Armstrong Albert 
Logan Frank R & Co 

520 New South Sub-Soil Plow Co 
Dunnaway William H 

522 Habersham Orchard & I Co 

523 Pool Norman T Co 

524 Tolman D H 

525 Andrews James H 

526 Lincoln Charles S 

527 Carlton James K T 
Milton Leona Miss 
Finch H J 

600 Oglethorpe University 
Westminster Magazine 
Jacobs Thornwell 
The Presbyterian 
Fincher Allison M 

601 Jacobs Dillard 
602-3 Gault James T Dr 
604-5 Smythe Robert A & Co 
606-7 Carpenter Robert H 
608 Atlanta Antiseptic Co 
608-B Deans R Edward 



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Barge Judge R Dr 
Cox Frank S & Son 
Rhyne Lester A Dr 
American Jewelry Co 
Miller Charles W Dr 
Dodd Mead & Co 
Byrne Francis M 
Pierson & Hancock 
Brown William W 
Massell Samuel 
Massell Benjamin J 
Breitenbucher Emile 
Breitenbucher Philip 
Breitenbucher Antoine E 
Breitenbucher George L 
22 Leslie-Judge Co 
Watson Ralph E 
Sterling Lumber Co 
Gill Brokerage Co 
Upshaw Ebb P 
Ball Emmett V Dr 

2 Hayward & Clark 

5 Ehney Edwin S & Co 
Latham J E Co 
8 Van Camp Products Co 
Piedmont Port Cement Co 
Vacant Oct 3, 1912 
Georgia Blue Print Co 
27 Dun R G & Co 
Miles & Bradt Co 
Davis Hill O 

3 Southern Ry Co 
Cosgrove Christopher H 
Masonic Benefit Assn 
Royal Blue Print Co 
Nalley William J 
Haskell Wallace W 
Lamson Co, The 

Hurt John W Dr 

Mitchell James W Dr 

Luning Henry M Dr 
•11 Tillman Charlie D Co 

Robert Harry C 

McGinnis Charles B 

Wigley Elijah A 

Bowen John H Dr 

Bullock Charles R D 

Golden Age The 

Sou Press Clipping Bureau 

Laser Newman 

Longfeather Shepard & Co 

Fletcher Winfield J 

McDaniel & Calmes 
•20 Winecoff Albert F 

Winecoff William F 

Offices of Austell Bldg 

Central Realty Co 

Keheley Studio 
■ 23 Atlas Oil Co 
-25 Brantley John Q Dr 

Vryonis Speros G Bic Dr 

Griffin Edgar E Dr 
-1 Green H H Sons Drs 

Neill Wilmer A 
-6 Meldrim-McCrary Co Inc 

Underwood Henry C 

Barge Jacob J 
-11 Katzenstein Otto 

Katzenstein Otto & Co 
-13 Nichols J L & Co 

Stevens Bros 

Progressive Retailer Pub Co 

Ad-Mens Club of Atl, Inc 

Concord Life Association 

Branan Seignious Co 

Capital City Fire Ins Co 

Southern Live Stock Ins Co 



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600-1 Langston T L & Co 


Carroll Eugene A 


603-4 Hall Elmer T Dr 


921-22-23 Smith & Weaver 


605-6 Trussed Concrete Steel Co 


Blount Emmett 


607-10 Brown A Ten Eyck 


924 American Collection Agency 


611-13 Kesner George T Dr 


925 Walker J Edward 


Young Floyd M Dr 


\ Forsyth Continued 


614 Clark Evert E Dr 


11 Samuels Sigmund & Co 


615 McMichael James S 


11% DeFoor John C 


617-19 Nicolson William P Dr 


12 Cooledge F J & Sons 


Cote Piano Mfg Co 


13 York Manufacturing Co 


620 Georgia Pulp Wood Co, The 


Sou Con & Supply Co 


621 Bowdoin William H Dr 


14% Richardson Printing Co 


622 Graham Lotta B- Mrs 


15 Cooper Charles 


623 Brill J B Co 


16 Jennings-Gresham Co 


700-1 Corker Stephen A 


Barrett V M Cons Co 


Fulford James H 


16V 2 Cates Electric Co 


702 Roper & Strauss Co 


Forsyth St Subway 


715-25 Southern Cotton Oil Co 


18 Dunning & Son 


800-808 Va-Carolina Chem Co 


Womack J L & Co 


811 Railroad Herald 


19 Langley Bros 


812 Barber & Walker 


Marietta Intersects 


813 Blair-Kern & Adams 


29 Connolly Bros 


815 Thomas Wallace A 


30 City Hall 


Thomas Knox T 


33 Ferari David 


816 Cotton Manual Pub Co 


34 Holmes & Luckie 


817 Ansley Hotel Investment Co 


Skinner Transfer Co 


St Johns Construction Co 


35-37 Grant Bldg, (for occupants 


818-19 United Mercantile Agcy 


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820 White Elbert F 


35 Jeffers Lime Co 


821-22 Spiker William C 


Moser Ambrose G 


Wood & Wood 


Walker Real Estate Co 


823 Smith Lockwood Mfg Co 


36 Cuban Pool Room 


824 Great Eastern Casualty Co 


Cuban Barber Shop 


N Forsyth Continued 


36 % Williams House No 2 


78 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 


37 McGaughey Electric Co 


83-85 Johnson-Gewinner Co 


38 Troy Laundry Co 


84 Forsyth Hotel 


Atlanta Carpet Cleaning Co 


86 Hotel Ansley 


Atlanta Towel Supply Co 


87 Georgia Realty Trust Co 


Southern Dye Works 


James Intersects 


39 Thrower Marvin L 


89 Gullatt H C Plumbing Co 


40 Brown James 


90 Browne W E Decorating Co 


40% Warner Stonewall J 


91 Yancey Hardware Co 


Walton Intersects 


96 Patterson H M & Son 


49 Healey Building The 


99 Wellons Luke (c) 


50 U S Postoffice 


103 Conolly Sou Distrib Agcy 


58 Poulos Nicols 


North Side Lock & Key Co 


58% David Frank 


Carnegie Place Intersects 


59 Dobbins W S Mrs 


106 Todd Drug Co 


59% -61% Columbia Phon Co 


U S Postoffice Sta No 11 


60 Stanton William J (c) 


Going South 


61 Storv & Clark Piano Co 


2 Holt Charles 


62 Parrish J M Co 


4 Clay Joseph E H 


62% Theatrical M Asso No 132 


Duncan Robert L 


T M A Club 


4% Dick William F 


63-65 Cafeteria The 


6 New York Cafe 


64 Dobbins Wade S 


8 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 


64-A Yellen Philip 


Alabama Intersects 


67 Lochridge-Vernov Rl Es Co 


9 Poulos George 


67% Theatrical Club 


10 Georgia Athletic Club 


71 Auto Oil & Gasoline Co 


11 Rockwood Improvement Co 


Hoey Hong 


15 Russell Electric Co 


73-75 Tipton's Drug Store 


17 Smith & Guest 


Liuckie Intersects 


Clayton Joseph M 


74 Cruickshank Cigar Co 


18-20 Sunny South Pub Co 


78 Forsyth Building 


Southern Ruralist 


Rooms 


I'ncle Remus Magazine 


200-207 Realty Trust Co 


19 Wheeler Daniel M 


Ansley Edwin P 


General Sales Agency The 


300 American Life & An Co 


21 Johnson & Ray 


400-5 Galena Signal Oil Co 


21% Conner Joseph (c) 


406 Wilson William 


22 Scott Machinery Co 


407-8 Hub Advertising Co 


23 Riordan William J 


500-1 Jones Claude E 


23-27 Wilensky H & Sons Co 


Tolbert Robert E L 


24 Keystone Type Foundry 


502 Webster James B 


26 West Disinfecting Co 


503 Lafitte Edward F 


28 Dodge Manufacturing Co 


504-09-23 Atlanta Club 


29 Atkins E C & Co 



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30 Crown Cork & Seal Co 

32 United Paper Co 
United Cotton & Woolen Co 

33 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

34 Gem Plumbing Co The 

35 Schenck Bros 

36 Poole & McCollough 

37 Clark Woodenware Co 

38 Hunter James P 

39 National Pencil Co 

40 Draper Co 

41 Malsby Co 

43 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

45 Pappas George 

46 Southern Belting Co 

Hunter Intersects 

47 Cruickshank Cigar Co 

49 Vacant Oct 12, 1912 

50 Fisher John 
50% St Clair Hotel 

51 Stephenson Co 

52-54 Bingham's Son Mfg Co 
55-57 Dodson Printers Sup Co 

56 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

57 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

58 Barner Sheet Metal Co 

60 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
60 % Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

61 Walthour & Hood 

62 Sou Express Co 
62% Doke's A Sons (c) 
64-66 Vacant Oct 10, 1912 
68% Ross & Co 

Keheley Bros 
60-71 Lamar & Rankin Drug Co 
70-72 Woodruff Mach Mfg Co 
75% Metropolitan Club 

Mitchell Intersects 
79-81 Central Bank & Trst Cor 
83 Alverson Bros 
85 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 
87-89 Walker-Cooley Furn Co 
87% White Hickory Wagon Co 

Blount Car & Buggy Co 
89% Bradfield Regulator Co 

90 Jones Lewis J 

Atl Wire & Iron Works 
90-A Peoples Cafe 

91 Jones-Kennedy Furn Co 
92-94 Sou Auto & Equip Co 
93-95 Graton & Knight Mfg Co 
97 Atlanta Plow & Vehicle Co 

Nelson Begins 
98-100 Dabney W J Imp Co 
101 Manley Eric 
102-2% Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

103 American Machinery Co 
Sou Saw & Machinery Co 
Salem Iron Works 

104 Atl Hebrew Christian Assn 
Star Tailoring Co 

104-A Benator Victor 

105 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

106 Loo Jim 

107-09 Atlanta Envelope Co 
108-10 Cassels R C & Co 
108% Gate City Hotel 
109 Atlanta Envelope Co 

111 Deere John Plow Co 

Peters Begins 

112 Atlanta Advertising Depot 

114 Southern Wreckage Co 

Trinity Av Begins 

115 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
116-20 Georgia Hand Laundry 
117 Bowen J B 



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Hadley Machine Shop Inc 

Clark King D 

Gaskill Charles B 

30 Volberg Frederick 

Johns William P 

34 Orr Stationery Co 

Dunbar & Sewell 

Dodson Laura Mrs 

Smith Emma Mrs 

Daniel Charles L 

Smith Frances Mrs 

St Johns German Luth Ch 

Croft Bud 

Garnett Intersects 
Sloman Hannah Mrs 
Vacant Sept 21, 1912 
63 Wolfe Henry 
Rousey Roberta Mrs 
9 Hodges Broom Works 
Manos George 
Widgeon Estelle B Mrs 
Bradley Henry C 
Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
77 Johnson Motor Car Co 
Fuller John 
Hoffman Mattie Mrs 
•81 Southern Dairy Co 
Hamilton Frank 
Miller Elizabeth E Mrs 

Brotherton Intersects 
5 Bell Laundry 
•86 Kern Nathan 
Lewis Frank G 
Bettis Belle Mrs 
Nally Mary Mrs 
Seawright James R 
Smith George D 
Smith William J 
Vacant Sept 30, 1912 
Pike Estelle C Mrs 
Henson John W 
Powell Charles L 
Vacant Sept 21, 1912 
Lammons Sarah Mrs 
Graham Frank B 

Castleberry Begins 
Pittman Robert F 
Cleland Sarah K Mrs 
Jones William P 
Barclay Hugh F 
Littleton John H 
Dickerson Elizabeth M Mrs 
Glenn Hugh 

Fair Intersects 
Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
Taylor Walter C 
Brotherton Paralie M Mrs 
Andrews Rufus W 
Covington Frank V 
% Murray Thomas A 
Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
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6 Snow Mamie (c) 

7 Higgins Homer (c) 

8 Sanders Smith (c) 

10 Youngblood Julia (c) 

11 Medell Eva (c) 

12 Ivey Cloud (c) 

13 Wilson Mary (c) 

14 Jones Emma (c) 

15 Ramsey George (c) 
17 Barber Joseph H (c) 

19 Davis S Jack (c) 

20 Sherman Mary (c) 

21 Randolph Annie (c) 

22 Cothran Mollie (c) 
24 Adams Annie (c) 

26 Johnson Mollie (c) 

27 Henderson Maggie (c) 
27-A Skinner Trans & Sto Co 

Gilmer Intersects 

29 Matthews Jesse (c) 

30 Pazol Lewis 

31 Anderson Albert (c) 

32 Keilman L. Daniel 

33 Bates Minnie (c) 

34 Johnson Edward (c) 
34-B Orr Walter (c) 

Philmore Begins 

35 Key Louise (c) 

36 Strickland James (c) 

37 Primitive Bapt Church (c) 

38 Mock James (c) 

Fifth Av Ends 

39 Akers Sallie (c) 

41 Johnson William (c) 

42 Lackey John (c) 

43 Grooms Mary (c) 

44 Koffer Benjamin (c) 

45 White Jane (c) 

Schofield Begins 

46 Cooper Adolphus (c) 

47 Echols Sallie (c) 
49 Upson Nora (c) 

51 Wimbush Nancy (c) 
53 Harris Mary (c) 
54-A Walton Stephens (c) 
54-B Hill Gertrude (c) 

55 Evans Ida (c) 

56 Lee Willie (c) 

58 Roberts Robert (c) 
58-A Ammons Florence (c) 

59 Flood Charles (c) 

60 Copelan Bloom H (c) 
60-A Watson Clara (c) 

61 Gholston Clifford (c) 

62 Finerowsky David 

Taylor Ends 

63 Blake Fannie (c) 
64-A Praylow Ella (c) 

64 Hall Callie (c) 

65 Bryant Emma (c) 
66-A West George W (c) 
66-B Barnes Homer (c) 
67 Atkins Lizzie (c) 
68-A Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
68-B Eurington Lillie (c) 
69 Adams Hampton (c) 
70-A Flemings Sallie (c) 
70-B Moore Daisy (c) 

71 Kendall Millie (c) 
72-A Evans John (c) 
72-B Booker Annie (c) 
73 Brown Alphonso L (c) 
74-A Caesar Frank (c) 
74-B Ragsdale Lee (c) 
75 Williams Katie (c) 

78 Smith Augustus (c) 

79 Andrews Amanda (c) 



82 Jackson Maude (c) 

83 Persons Alford (c) 

84 Rucker Delia (c) 

Fain Intersects 

86 Henderson Gertie (c) 

87 Herman Carrie (c) 

89 Thomas Augustus (c) 

90 Carroll John (c) 

91 Foster John (c) 

92 Steele Kellum S (c) 

93 Griffin Robert (c) 
93-B Love Luvenia (c) 

94 Kelly Ada (c) 

95 Redmond Alice (c) 

96 Johnson Annie (c) 

97 Cunningham James C (c) 

98 Jenkins Mary (c) 
98-A Suber Bessie (c) 

99 Norris James (c) 

100 Lawrence Charles (c) 

Tanner Intersects 
100-A Johnson Ethel (c) 
104 Walker William (c) 
108 Rush Elijah (c) 
114 Anderson Ella (c) 

Fdgewood Av Intersects 
116 Hammonds Cora (c) 

128 Barberie Mell 

129 Blalock Elizabeth (c) 
132 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

137 Spradling William (c) 
Rasberry Alley Intersects 

138 Miller Rachel (c) 

139 Mangham Hattie (c) 
139-A Bradley William (c) 

140 Miller Andrew J (c) 
142 White Harriet (c) 
146 Lofton Dock (c) 

Auburn Av Intersects 
156 Ga Ry & P Co Barns 
162 Blake Sallie (c) 

Old Wheat Intersects 
162-B Brown Samuel (c) 

164 Jones Mary (c) 

165 Lewis James L (c) 

166 Kelly Georgia (c) 

168 Tanner Lonnie (c) 

169 Stephens Joel (c) 

170 Jackson Charles (c) 

171 Anderson James (c) 

172 Grant Carrie (c) 

173 Cowan Alonzo (c) 

174 Keith William (c) 
174-A Vacant Sept 21, 1912 

175 Brown George (c) 

Green Begins 
178 Dentney Mellie (c) 

180 Huguley Pinckney (c) 

181 Grant Julius D (c) 

182 Gates Charles (c) 

183 Wilson Lillie (c) 

184 Johnson Lewis (c) 

185 Byers Cornelia (c) 

186 Bell Luara (c) 
186-B Davis Savannah (c) 

187 Moodey George (c) 

188 Wright Lewis (c) 

189 Henton Addeline (c) 

190 Adams Lucy (c) 
191-A Sherman Annie (c) 
191-B Ford Moses (c) 
192 Stokes Leila (c) 
193-A Williams James (c) 
193-B Creswell Joseph (c) 
194 Hutcheson Stephney (c) 
195-A Jones Stephens (c) 
195-B Jones Mary fc) 

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197-A Brown Henry (c) 
197-B Howell Robert (c) 
Houston Intersects 

215 Wimbish Christopher (c) 

Ellis Intersects 

216 Drake Earley (c) 

218 Preston Lemon (c) 

219 Coughman Emma (c) 

220 Gray James (c) 
220-A Brown Gertrude (c) 

221 McParley James (c) 

222 Brown John (c) 
222-B Hubert Robert (c) 
224 Hudson Frank (c) 
224 Momon Pleas (c) 

226 Todd Robert (c) 

227 Strickland Doyle J (c) 

228 Smith William (c) 

229 Beasley Charles C (c) 

232 Kelley Charles F (c) 

233 Pattman William (c) 

235 Thomas William P (c) 

236 McHenry Jackson (c) 

238 Fletcher Frank W (c) 

239 White Henry J (c) 

242 Clemmon Jesse C (c) 

243 Smith James M (c) 

244 Tucker Earlie (c) 

245 Diggs Alexander C (c) 

Cain Intersects 
252 Favors Azaline (c) 
253-A Jones James (c) 
253-B Morris James B (c) 

254 Miller Ellis R Rev (c) 
254-A Butler Rufus (c) 
254-B Menefee Johnson (c) 
254-C Edge James (c) 
254-D Williams Edward (c) 

255 Barsdale Tobie (c) 

256 Fort St Methodist Ch (c) 
259 Morton William (c) 

261 Echols Minnie (c) 

Grace Begins 

Bynum Ends 
264 Martin Daniel (c) 

266 Wright William (c) 

267 Humphries Sallie (c) 

268 Varner William (c) 

269 Speer Isom (c) 

270 Porter George (c) 

Harris Ends 
273 Griggs Benjamin (c) 
279 McGarity Ollie Rev (c) 
Wilson Begins 

283 Jones Carrie (c) 

284 Goldberg Frank 

285 Jones Cornelia (c) 
285 y 2 Orr Annie (c) 

286 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

287 Banks Mary (c) 
289 Clower William L 

Highland Av Begins 
292 Jones Caroline (c) 
294 Gilbert Harry (,c) 
298 Wadley Tobias (c) 
300 Buiton Luther (c) 
302 Reese Annie (c) 
304-A Bernard Elizabeth (c) 
304-B Smith Howard (c) 
304-D Howard Lewis (c) 
308 Franklin Peter (c) 

311 Hubbard Belle (c) 

312 Holcombe Thomas (c) 

313 Jones Nettie (c) 
315 Thomas Hattie (c) 
317 Floyd Annie (c) 
319 Buggs Thomas (c) 



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321 Gates Laura <c> 

323 Reynolds Alfred B (c) 

Baker Ends 

324 Holmes Institute (c) 

326 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

327 Stewart Caroline (ci 
331 Swinger Hannah (c) 
335 Luckie Loduska <c> 
337 Tooms Elizabeth (c) 
339 Brown Nellie (c) 
341 Boswell Rachel (c) 

Clifton Ends 

346 DuBose Savannah <c) 

Vernon Place Ends 

347 Saxton Bertha (c) 

Chestnut Av Ends 
351 King Charles T (c) 
354-A Ellison Addie (c) 
354-B Brooks Ida (c) 
3541/2 -A Moland Frank ,(c) 
354 1/2 -B Crawford Rosa (c) 
356-A Love Irene (c) 
356-B Smith Pinkie (c) 
356% -A Jones Marv (c) 
356y 2 -B Upshaw Lizzie (c) 
358-A Duckett Emma (c) 
358-B White Nick (c) 
358%-A Anderson Hassie (c) 
358V 2 -B Stephens Edward (c) 
Going South 
59 Cohen Jacob 



FORT HOOD PLACE, from 783 
Marietta n to W Third 
9 Aralson Hattie Mrs 
11 Sweat James L 

13 Cape H Porter 

14 Tate Samuel A 

15 Epperson Joseph P 

17 Reagin Charles R 

18 Shields Paul 

19 Fowler Wiley F 



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8 Mann Robert 

II Jones George H 
12 Fincher Jefferson 
15 Yates Ellen C 
17 Dennis James A 

20 Etheridge James A 

21 Moore Enoch D 
21% Gowan George A 

22 Bullard Joseph H 

23 Chambers James M 

24 Reeves William B 

25 Sumner Samuel 

26 Dempsey Perry G 

27 Free Kindergarten 
30 Chambers James S 
32 Shumate Haden C 
35 Nix Henry W 

37 Cotton William 

38 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

40 Bullard William T 

41 Willey Abraham E 

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Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
Goodwin Otha 
Morman Anthony 
Langley William M 
Jabolonski Paul R 
Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
Lynch John W 
Estes Joel Z 
Morris Em C 
Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
Byrd Annie (c) 
Southern Ry Intersects 
Sutton William F 

Fletcher Intersects 
Morgan Teddie 
Adams Oscar B 
Taylor Andrew J 
Head James M 
Beauchamp John P 
Sherman John M 
Brantley William N 
Veal Virgil A Jr 
Vinson John A 
Owen Francis M 
Winn James P 

Boykin Intersects 
Hall Charlie (c) 



FORTUNE, from 225 Highland 
av, n to 150 East av, thence n 
e to Sou Ry, 1 e of Randolph, 
sewerage throughout 



FOSTER PLACE, see Graves al- 
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FOUNDRY, from 246 Marietta w 
to Ashby, 1 w of Magnolia, 
paved with granite blocks 
from Marietta to Davis, ma- 
cadam from Davis to Lowe, 
sewerage from Marietta to 
Chestnut, water throughout 
11 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

R R Intersects 
15 Continental Gin Co 
Hulsey Ends 

55 Thomas & Harvill 

56 Campbell R O Coal Co The 

Elliott Intersects 
60 Decatur Isaac (c) 

71 Monroe Thomas P 

72 Merlin Ernest S 

73 Bruce Sarah A 

74 Merlin Ernest S 

75 Keheley Ramson W 

76 Ehlers George L 

79 Wilson Mary E Mrs 

82 Hanlon Thomas 

83 Rodgers John G 
85 Swords James H 

Brown Margaret Mrs 
S6 Brooks Nancy A Mrs 
88 Sockwell E Henry 

'!;il iiolin Place Ends 
S9 Parham George 

90 Phillips Robert L 

91 Ramsev William R 

92 Dill John 

96 Goewey John A 

100 Woodward William (c) 

101 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
104 Lane Fendora (c) 

106 Carr Ophelia (c) 

107 Walker James (c) 

108 Ray George (c) 

110 Eaves John (c) 

111 Russ Morris 



112 Jones Robert (c) 

115 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

116 Russ Moss 

Mangum Intersects 
119 Holley Martha (c) 

131 Stone Mollie 

133 Powell Willie Mae <c) 

135 Thompson Hattie (c) 

136 Cook Georgia (c) 

137 Alexander Clara (c) 

138 Reid Horace (c) 

139 Blackwell Sallie (c) 

140 Speaks Pearl (c) 

141 Roberson Miranda (c) 

132 Knox James (c) 

143 Strickland Irene (c> 
145 Walton Mary (c) 
147 Huff Joseph (c) 
147% Burr Carrie (c) 

Haynes Intersects 
154 Jones Fannie (c) 
156 Green Sally (c) 
158 Wingo Lorena (c) 

162 Williams Bessie (c) 

163 Cornell Matilda Mrs 

164 Carter Mattie (c) 

168 Smith Beatrice (c) 

169 Marchman Charles R Rev 

Davis Intersects 
189 Davis Sydney E 
191 Harp Rebecca Mrs 

193 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

194 Baker Robert L 

197 McDonnald Victor 

198 Johnson Emma Mrs 

201 Gabriel Alfred S 

202 York Ida V Mrs 
205 Vacant Sept 19. 1912 

209 Kerr James 

210 Jones Samuel S 

211 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
Electric Av Intersects 

216 Garoni E George 

220 Bryant Henry (c) 

222 McHenry Jackson Jr (c) 

226 Stroud Charles H <c) 

228 Shaw Joseph B (c) 

230 Wooden Minnie (c) 

232 Hood James (c) 

Maple Intersects 
235 Collier John T (c) 
238 Stamp Emma (c) 
240 Brown John W (c) 
241-B Paskert George (c) 
241-A Carter Jennie (c) 
242 Jackson Timothy (c) 
243-A Robinson Alice (c) 
243-B Harrell Mary (c) 

244 Mosley Robert (c) 

245 Tavlor Ella (c) 

246 Eckridge Virgil (c) 

247 Oldtree Baltimore (c) 
250 Rivers Joseph S (c) 
252 Whatley Hugh (c) 
256 Vacant Sept 14. 1912 

Walnut Intersects 
263 Porch John H 
265-A Hill Bertha (c) 
265 Dean August (c) 
272 Harper Lucy (c) 
274 Andrews Daisv (c) 
276 Conwell Georgia (c) 
278 Greer Austin (c) 

Graves Intersects 
281 Abrams Neptune (c) 
281-B Harris William (c) 

288 Rafe Lillie (c) 

289 Gleeton Mollie (c) 



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FOUNDRY — Cont'd 
290 Gordon Hattie (c) 

Vine Intersects 
300 Middlebrooks John (c) 
302-ABoyd Beatrice (c) 
302-B Rosemon Lucinda (c) 
304-B Jackson Jesse (c) 
312 Walker Ira (c) 

Elm Intersects 
318 Williams Annie (c) 
380 Bernard Jonah 

Chestnut Intersects 
384 Harriston William 
405 Brown Daniel C (c) 
407 Wilson James (c) 
411 Ogletree James (c) 
421 Smith Calhoun (c) 
428 Durham Samuel (c) 
430 Turner Lewis (c) 
434 Glenn Henry (c) 



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tree e to Piedmont av, and w 
to Hemphill av, paved with 
macadam throughout. water 
from West Peachtree to Hemp- 
hill av 

Going East 

5 Connerat Katherine Mrs 
10 Moody Mabel H Mrs 
14 Jones Robert H 

27 Rose Josiah T 

28 Duncan William S 

► 29 McMillan William V 
33 Sims Roff 

Ladson Calhoun T 

37 Daniel Charles W Rev 

38 Evins Samuel N 

k 45 Conklin Archie B 
} 46 Callaway Frank E 

49 Neal William A 

50 Vaughan James O 

52 Smith Victor Lamar 

53 Weyman Samuel T 

54 Johnson Henry S 

65 Manley W Doughty 

66 Callaway Eugene C 

69 Dorsey Rufus T Dr 

70 Cantrell Seba O 

71 Ehrlich Bernard 
Wallis Edward J 

73 Strauss Rosa Miss 
Spitz Jacob 

Pause Intersects 
80 Vacant Sept 5. 1912 
84 Adkins William H 

87 McGaughey C Bradford 

88 Collings David A 

» 92 Lokey Hugh M Dr 

95 Strickler Cyrus W Dr 
Barnett Steven T Dr 
Locke Henrietta H Mrs 



FOURTEENTH, West, has been 
opened up Howard Mill Road 
Jenkins Walter 

2 House Lee 

3 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
18 Jenkins Howard 

22 Coates Ida B Mrs 

Crescent Av Intersects 

30 Kellogg Arthur B Dr 

31 Schroeder William H Jr 

33 Spalding Hugh S 

34 Jones John A 

36 Brown George Dr 

41 Peacock Fleet School 

42 Bowman Samuel W 

45 Eichberg David 

State Intersects 

46 Austin Thomas H 

47 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
50 Turner J Lawrence 

53 Gershon George A 

54 Drew Octavious C Jr 

57 Joel Lyon B 

58 Dallis Ernest E 

61 Joel Benjamin F 

62 Peck Charlotte F Mrs 
66 Adler Louis C 

69 Bonney George B 

70 Lambert Charles G 

73 Guthman Sigmund 

74 Woodward Park 

77 Stoddard William J 
81 Battey George M 

84 Ray Lavender R 

85 Kenan Thomas S Jr 
87 Vacant Sept 9. 1912 

West Peachtree Intersects 
121 Jenkins Jesse E 

Spring Intersects 
131 Jenkins Biggers 
133 Barnwell Asalee Mrs 
160 Harris John F 
135 Protestant Metho Church 
163 Wright Ernest 
165 Jernigan John A 

'Williams Intersects 
178 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
189 Brown John A 
191 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
195 Leach James M 

Frances Av Intersects 
218 Hall William C 
258 Harris William H 

East Ave Intersects 
260 Eggler John A 
262 Gaines John A 
264 Echols Richard D 

Tumlin Ends 
272 Harris James H 
274 Duncan Miles R 
276 Mayes John F 
278 Hartley Richard F 

Snyder Ends 

Center Ends 
290 Straud Carlton J 
294 Gibbs Joseph 
296 Bennett Smith 
298 Roden C Joseph 
300 West William S 
302 Sanders Minyard L 
350 Moon Luke P 
354 Fain Thomas M 
356 Vacant Oct 21, 1912 
358 Walker Marion D 
292 Hudson William H 



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paved with macadam from 
Spring to Myrtle, sewerage 
from State to Ponder av, 
(East) from Piedmont av to 
Fort, water from Peachtree to 
Williams 

Going East 
21 Brannen Thomas H 
23 Perkerson William T 
27 Adams Albert S 

Cypress Intersects 
31 Baxter Thomas W 
33 Spikes William C 
35 Rushin Sidney N 

Bedford Place Intersects 
Ponce de Leon Way Ends 

265 Hagan John 

266 Conway Thomas C 

269 Quinn Patrick T 

270 Hanscom George L Rev 
273 Hoffman Henry R 

277 Waldman Albert W 
281 Mashburn William O 
285 Stillman Lowe Dr 
289 Sloan Charles E 

292 Curry William R 

293 Lewis Thomas L 
298 Kelley Harry H 
300 Bowles John L 
302 Dillon Walter S 

305 Pharr Lucy H Mrs 

306 Gueren Joseph L 

310 Lane Oscar 

311 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

Going West 
19 Speer Eustace A 

Spring- Intersects 
49 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

52 Daley Lelia Mrs 

53 Payne Charles J 

54 Peel John T 

55 Schwalbe Franz L 

56 Ryan John J 

67 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
Williams Intersects 
261 Kendrick Henry (c) 

271 Owens Emma (c) 

273 Kendrick Lucretia (c) 

State Intersects 
276 Ragsdale Straight (c) 

278 Lattimore Mary (c) 

280 Gibson Benjamin (c) 

281 Wood John E 
285 Kelley Lee A 
291 Florence Stern T 

Tifton Intersects 
295 Clark John H 

300 Barfield Nathan P 

301 Golden John T 

Tumlin Intersects 
304 Rickerson Luther H 
306 Gilley William H 
308 Rowe John W 

Guyton Ends 

312 Norman Homer H 

314 Langston William J J r 

315 Mabry Charles N 
317 Golden Fandol S 
317-A Sellers W Hampton 
319 Hencks Ida Mrs 

Ponders Av Intersects 

326 Gilstrap Thomas W 

327 Allen William L 

328 Buckalew Robert C 

329 Biggers John L 

330 Bradley Oscar D 



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FOWLER, from 139 Simpson n to 
Eighth, 2 w of Williams, sew- 
erage from Alexander to North 
av, water from Simpson to 
Kimball 
3 Davis Joseph J 
9 Smith Joseph D 
10 Branch William F 

12 Fountain George W 

13 Fleming Ella Mrs 

14 Hobart George 

15 Bankston Fannie E Mrs 

16 Bourn George A 

Powers Intersects 

18 Beck Raymond W 

19 Hiecsycia Yohn 

20 Vaughan Mattie Mrs 

22 Richey Robert E 

23 Wilson Walker H 
25 Smith Frederick O 

24 Hawkins Berry C 
27 Ascydn John 

Alexander Intersects 
43 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
45 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

Mills Intersects 
57 Ball Thomas E 

60 Allen John W 

61 Zachery Glenn (c) 

63 Craven Martha J Mrs 

65 Black M Dora Mrs 

Parker Intersects 

66 Cox Olive Mrs 
68 Earnest Leon J 

70 Payne Truman S 

71 Mattox Henry P 

72 Hairston Albert M 
75 Bloodworth Thomas 

78 Gay Eugenia Mrs 

79 Russell Letitia A Mrs 

Hunnicutt Intersects 

91 Patterson Charles M 

92 Stribling Carrie Miss 
96 Jackson Walter W 
99 Moncrief David S 

100 Hollis Harriet Mrs 

103 Dowdy David B 

104 Boyle William R 

105 Goddard Walter G 

107 Hughes Samuel 

108 Payne George W 

Pine Intersects 

123 Wells John W 

124 Rice Susan A Mrs 

127 Blake Harry 

128 Chapman Jackson L 
131 Johnson Thomas J 

133 May Pinkie W Mrs 

134 Cheek John 

136 Wilson John O 

137 Wall D Pickins 

138 Dobbs William W 
Merritts Av Intersects 

163 Loptien James C 

Orchard Intersects 

164 .Maddox John T 

165 Wilder Carl C 

166 Harden Thomas 

167 Bowling W Crawford 

168 Ayers John M 

169 Mitchell Jane P Mrs 

170 McCoy George J 

Gresham Intersects 

171 Smith Thomas J 
175 Campbell Thomas J 




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176 Mizell Morgan 

178 Hicks Harry 

179 Maddox Ray 

180 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

182 Ball Clyde 

183 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

184 Pierce Charles E 

185 Carr Walter R 

186 Page Amos C 

187 Mize L» Wayman 

188 Webb Walter E 
191 Prince Frank 



FOX from Vine w to Ashby, 1 s 
of Bellwood av, sewerage 

from Sou Ry to Wilson 

1 Williams Emma (c) 
64 Vacant Sept 11. 1912 
66 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
84 Sorter William (c) 
A B & A Ry Intersects 
Julian Intersects 
98 Little James (c) 

100 Harris Rose L (c) 

101 Orange Thomas (c) 

102 Underwood Elijah W (c) 

103 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

104 Harper Eva (c) 

Franklin Intersects 

205 Poor Ervin C 

206 Foster Thomas L 

207 Howell Oscar M 

208 Jennings James E 
208-A Groover George F 

209 Arrington Cliff H 

210 Smallwood William M 

211 Vacant Sept 7 

212 Harris Lemuel C 

213 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 , 
215 Loyd Byron H 

217 McCall Horace C 

Oliver Intersects 

241 Gober William W 

242 Reed Choice C 

243 Doolittle Clinton P 

244 Gibbs Thomas D 

245 Maxwell Leon H 

246 Epps George W 

247 Townlev Elbert L 
249 Waignel Frank J 

251 Jones Ralph M 

252 White Claude 



L FRANCIS, from S Whitefoord av 
e to E Fair near Wylie 



,FRANCIS (Cook's District), from 
1400 Marietta s to W & A R R 



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limits. 2 e of East av 



,FRAIVKL,IN, from 600 Simpson n 
to Exposition Mills, 2 w of 
Chestnut 

20 Brown Ernest P 
23 Humphries George W 

Bellwood Av Intersects 
38 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

40 Wimbish Henry C 

41 Hudbeth Harry C 
43 Barnnett Nathan E 
45 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
47 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

Wheeler Intersects 
100 Griswell Richard 
102 Giles Louis H 



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Cannon Thomas M 
Vacant after Nov 1, 1912 
Peacock Oscar L 
Lee Robert E 
Hice Samuel 
Bryant John 

Kennedy Intersects 
Holcomb William 
Bagley Henry. 
Willis Louis 
Lester Charles A 
Anderson Daniel C 
Griswell Elias 
Torbush Clifford 
Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
Humphries Arthur 
Brimer Edward 
Gentry John 
Fowler William I 
Gilphin Frederick A 
Wallace William 

North Av Intersects 
Sisk Eldridge J 
Perkins Jesse 

Jefferson Intersects 
Cole C Walter 
Brock Charles C 



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to Rawson, 1 w of Windsor 



FRANKLIN AV, from Under- 
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Eden av 



FRASER, from 150 E Hunter s 
to Sylvan av, 1 e of Capitol av, 
paved with granite blocks 
Hunter to Woodward av, ma- 
cadam Woodward av to Or- 
mond, sewerage and water 
throughout 

8 Cowan Genie (c) 

9 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 
14 Anderson John H (c) 

Johnson Thelma 
17 Atlanta Granite Co 
20 Alford Winnie (c) 
22 Fambro Belle (c) 
24 Rucker Love (c) 

26 Somerford John (c) 

27 Miller Simon L 

28 Early Francos (c) 
Pace Horace to 

30 Vacant Sept 4. 1912 
32 Conley Charles (c) 
34 Wilkins Frank (c) 
36 Grear Louise ic> 

38 Ashby Gordon (c) 

Cravens Alley Ends 

39 Mavfleld Andrew (c) 
39-B Moore William (c) 

40 Earl Mary (c) 

41 Lester John (c) 

42 Gaines Solomon (c) 

43 Johnson William C 

Fair Intersects 

51 Wright Mary J Mrs 

52 Cherry Alexander A Mrs 

54 Cuba Etta Mrs 

55 Harris Gussie Mrs 

57 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

58 Kaufman Philip 

61 Reynolds Milton H 

62 Chapman Edmund G 

65 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

66 Jandrew George W 
68 Clack Thomas W 



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70 Ween Harry 

74 Welsh Talamiehus W 
76 Stanley Sarah L Mrs 
78 Pappa Daniel 

Woodward Av IntergectM 

89 Wilkinson Mary (c) 
89-A Daniel George (c) 

90 Johnson Isaac (c) 
90-A Allen Jessie (c) 

91 Jordan Fannie 

91-A Wilkinson Emma (c) 

92 Bennett Demsey (c) 
92-A Hooper Benjamin (c) 

94 Holcomb Jennie (c) 
94-A Lawrence John (c) 

95 Brown Annie (c) 
95-A Johnson Lanie 

96 Jones Abrasham (c) 
96-A Johnson Clarence (c) 

97 Johnson Clay (c) 

98 Martin Arm'ous (c) 
98-A Davis Richard (c) 

99 Nesbit Melissa (c) 
99 y 2 Salter James (c) 

100 Thomas Arthur (c) 

101 Rawson Henrietta (c) 

102 Bird Henrietta (c) 

103 Pittman Eva (c) 

104 Smith Mamie (c) 

105 Cunningham Austin (c) 

106 Taylor William (c) 

107 Kendall May (c) 

108 Broadna.x Joseph B (c) 

109 Butler Ida (c) 

110 Allen Inez (c) 

111 Broadnax Millie (c) 

112 Williams William AV (c) 

113 Watts Lewis G (c) 

114 Pace Horace (c) 

Rawson Intersects 

115 Reed & Grimes (c) 

115 y 2 Rich William (c) 

116 Baldwin & Spurlin 

117 Taylor Charles (c) 

118 Meyers Louise C Mrs 

119 Bennett Austin (c) 

121 Mitchell Holland (c) 

122 Davis William S 

123 Brown Susie (c) 

125 Torn down 

126 Robinson Rufus 

127 Smith John B 

129 Danneman Benjamin 

130 Morgan Henry C 

131 Gordon Samuel 
Street James W 

133 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

134 Sigsel Charles S 

135 Vacant Oct 15, 1912 

136 Hirsowitz Benjamin 

137 Wingard Edward M 

138 Crane Norris (c) 

141 Wright Andrew (c) 

142 Watts Louis G (c) 
145 Short Emma (c) 

147 Waters Nathaniel P 

148 Watts Sarah (c) 

Clark Intersects 
150 Hughes John E (c) 

152 Mathis Julia (c) 

153 Thomas Albert (c) 

155 Giddons Gussie (c) 

156 Varner Sarah (c) 

157 Sherwood John (c) 

160 Bethlehem Baptist Ch (c) 

161 Boone Adam (c) 

162 Pool Etta (c) 



163 Richardson John <c> 

164 Garner Julia (c) 
164% Johnson Grady (c) 

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165 Summer Hill Drug Co (c) 
168 Henderson Thomas (.c) 

170 Evans Fannie (c) 

171 Washington Mary (c) 

172 Clark Isaiah (c) 

173 Gates Lena (c) 

174 Henderson Molly (c) 

175 Blackburn Andrew (c) 

176 Kimbro Eliza (c) 

177 Thomas Nancv (c) 

178 Cowan Sarah (o 

179 Irving Thomas (c) 

180 Span Mary E (c) 

181 Vacant Sept 28. 1912 

182 Holbrooks Mary (c) 

Fulton Intersects 
184 Reisman Emanuel 
188 Williams Henrv (c) 
1S9 Hillie Aaron <c> 
191 Bostwick William (c) 

193 Ferrell John (c) 

194 Gale Wilburn (c) 

195 Chapman Alonzo (c) 

196 Brown Miranda (c) 

197 PayLula (c) 

198 Pounds George (c) 
198% Edwards James (c) 

Hammock Place Begins 

200 Jones William (ci 
200% Reed Oscar (c) 

201 White John T 

202 Kendrick Walter (c) 
202% Black James L (c) 

203 Beasley Sarah (c) 
203% Hammet Eliza (c) 

204 Mitchell William (c) 

205 Hicks Frank (c) 
205% Vacant Sept 28. 1912 

206 Woodard Miranda (c) 

207 Harris Mary <e> 

208 Carlton Henrv <c> 

209 Watts William (c) 

210 Carter Mollie (O 

211 Wright Susie (c) 

212 Terry Daniel «c> 

213 Perrv Sallie (c) 

214 Smith Samuel (c) 

Richardson Intersects 

215 Flint Square W (c) 

217 McCullough Cora (c) 

218 Presby Mission (c) 

219 Brown Nannie (c) 

220 Gleason Edward (c) 

221 Booker Lillie (c) 

223 Johnson Sallie (c) 
223-A Smith Sallie (c) 

224 Lee Lucius L (c) 
225-A Vacant Sept 26, 1912 
225-B Vacant Sept 26. 1912 
227-A South Aaron (c) 
227-B Vacant Sept 26. 1912 

228 Smith Alexander N (c) 
228% Jones Emma (c) 

229 Dickson Wade F (c) 

Plant Begins 

230 Vacant Sept 4. 1912 

231 Daniels William M (c) 

Richmond Begins 
234 Mayfleld John (c) 
239 Cotton Charles (c) 
241 Evans John H (c) 

243 Daniels William M (c) 

244 Lewis Georgia (c) 

245 Anderson William M (c) 




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FRASER — Cont'd 

246 Arcade Pharmacy (c) 
Young Lelia (c) 

246% Jones A D Dr (c) 

247 Jones Russell L (c) 

Crumley Intersects 
249 Reed St Baptist Church (c) 

251 Eunius Allen (c) 

252 Parks George (c) 

253 Henderson Joseph (c) 

254 Mitchell Elijah J (c) 

255 Neal Harriet (c) 

256 Duncan Neal (c) 

257 Cox Leila (c) 

258 Liggins Clara (c) 

259 Allen Alfred (c) 

260 Evans Hosier (c) 

261 Stitch James (c) • 

262 Mitchell John (c) 

263 Jackson Gussie (c) 

265 Thompson Truny (c) 

266 Phillips Love (c) 

268 Boland Fannie (c) 

269 Reddie Katie (c) 

270 Billingslea John (c) 
271-73 Jackson Robert B 
271-A Ware John (c) 
271-B Holsenback Rosa (c) 
272 Hampton Henry (c) 

274 Hill Fletcher (c) 

275 Crawford Matilda (c) 
275-B Mayfield Maria (c) 

276 Barber James N Dr (c) 

279 Jones Russell (c) 

280 Evans James S (c) 

282 Middlebrooks Earl (c) 

283 Hubert Charles S (c) 

284 Potts Tobias T (c) 
286 Hagood Adger (c) 

288 Wright Berry W (c) 

Glenn Intersects 

289 Brown Clemons (c) 

290 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

291 Taylor Daisy (c) 

292 Hudson William (c) 

Smith Alley Ends 

295 Hammond Margaret (c) 

296 Gamble Frank (c) 

297 Freeman Jessie (c) 

298 Blake Henry (c) 

301 Dukes Lizzie (c) 

302 Walker Solomon (c) 

305 Mosley Mary (c) 

306 Evans John H (c) 

308 Alexander John (c) 

309 Montgomery Cassius B (c) 

310 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

313 Alexander John (c) 

314 Jackson George (c) 

315 Pilgrim Health & L Ins Co 

316 McPetls John (c) 
Georgia A v Intersects 

329 Holmes Rufus G 

332 Hubbard Paul M 

333 Dodd Walter 

334 Lanier Harry J 

335 Cooper George W 

338 Crossley John T 

339 New William G 

341 Calmes George G 

342 Owens William W 

345 Luckett H Fenton 

346 Bray Emory 

347 Mcintosh John M 

350 Brown Joseph B 

351 Clark John P 

352 Edwards William Mrs 
Bass Intersects 



354 Weinman Hyman 

355 Pinkston Mattie (c) 

356 Anthony Percy (c) 

357 Pearson Newton (c) 

358 Vacant Sept 5, 19l2 

359 Scott Arthur (c) 

360 Collins Leonard B 

362 Cooperman Jacob L 

363 Branch Lucius (c) 

364 Fast Rudolph 

365 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 

366 Fraser St School 

367 Bowles John T 

371 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 
373 Phillips Grover C 
375 English Martin 
377 Atcheson William R 
379 Morris Rebecca Mrs 

Love Intersects 
386 Goldberg Abram 

388 Bray Benjamin A 

389 Townes Alexander 

390 Audoin Alphonso B 

393 Lacy Clifton L 

394 Hubbard Claud C 

395 Welch Theodore W 
399 Jackson Allen M 
403 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

406 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

407 Sloan Harry H 

410 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

411 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

412 Waters Daniel W 

415 Brower Walter A 

416 Johnson Andrew J 

417 Hendrix James M 

418 Hitchcock Fred W 

Little Intersects 

419 Harper Virgil B 

420 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

422 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

423 Hilton William B 

424 Huggins Harris T 
431 Kendley Thomas A 

433 Landman Molly Mrs 

434 Loyd Benjamin F 

435 Autrey Tallulah Mrs 

436 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
438 Borowsky Albert H 

440 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

441 Milliam Clair D 

442 Davis Leonard A 

443 Stanford James A 



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151 Connally, 3 s of Rawson, ' 
paved with macadam from 
Windsor to Pryor, and Pulliam 
to Fraser, aeirerage from 
Windsor to Central av, Pul- 
liam to Crew and Capitol av to 
Martin, water from Formwalt 
to Pryor and Capitol av to 
Connally 

11 Brandes Louis H 
16 Cagle George F 

Cooper Intersects 
37 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
42 Tuck Francis Miss 
44 Holland Frederick 
46 Jones Leona Mrs 

Form-wait Intersects 
64 Vacant Sept 20. 1912 
68 Cook Samuel W 
142 Gatins William S 
Pryor Intersects 
Pulliam Intersects/^ 
144 Smith Palmer H 
146 Maddox Georgia Mrs 

Washington Intersects 
177 Close Oscar Rev 

181 Cheatham Orville G 

182 Sway Harry 

186 Dodson Napoleon 

Crew Intersects 
206 Moses Herman 

208 Jordan Benjamin F 

209 Lyle C Oscar 

Capitol Av Intersects 
237 Mathews Bvron H 
237-A Kelley Hemp 
239 Irwin Francis L 
239-A Humphries Florence Mrs 
241 Vacant Sept 28, 1912 
243 Vacant Sept 28, 1912 

245 Johnson Sallie Mrs 

246 Love Mollie E Mrs 
246-A Vacant Sept 28, 1912 

247 Newman George 

248 Fuller Henry C 
248-A Guy Bettie Mrs 

249 Glover Erie P 
Glover Rhett 

250 Kahn Israel 
250-A Lukas Ludwig 

Novak Edward 
252 Goldstein Samuel 
252-A Harrison Richard 
254 Cargile Pauline (c) 
254-A Crowder Conelia (c) 
257 Nelms Samuel J 

Fraser Intersects 

269 Shorter Freeman (c) 

270 Williams Hastv (c) 

272 Perdue Augustus (c) 

273 Strong Nancv (c) 

276 Cade Castelow (c) 

277 Scott Carolina (c) 

279 Willis Mollie (c) 

280 Scott Isaac (c) 

281 Conley Pearl H (c) 

283 Chalmers Ella (c) 

284 Daniels Willie (c) 

285 Turner Ida (c) 

287 McLemore Charlie (c) 

288 Middlebrooks Arthur (c) 

289 Williams Lewis (c) 

291 Thomas Jessie (c) 
291-A Scruggs Paul L (c) 

292 Bennetfield Charles B (c) 
292-A Watson William H (c) 

293 Hendrix William (c) 



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White Charles (c; 
A Watkins Gus (c> 
Ware Wesley (c) 
Peak William (c) 
Brown Arthur (c) 
Hardaway Alfred (c) 
Clark George (c) 
Hawkins Newell C H <c> 
Robinson Nancy (c) 
Allan Dock (o 
Williams Sophronia (c) 
Matthews Mattie (c) 
Daniel Thomas (c) 

Martin Intersects 
A Willis John (c) 
B Brooks Jacob (c) 
Griffin James (ci 
Jones Susan (c) 
Farmer Warren (c) 
Dennis William (c) 
Dorsey Brown (c) 
Davis James 
A Eberhart James (c) 
Cash Luther (c) 
Johnson James (c) 
Reese Lewis (c) 
Williams Wiley (c) 
Hawkins Luther fc) 
Morehead Jeremiah (c) 
A Boker Ida (c) 
Potts Paul (c) 
Cabiness George (c) 
A Power Lucas 
Mathews George (c) 
Slaughter Lucy (c) 
Byrd James (c) 
A Hyers Lela (c) 
Gresham Frances (c) 
A Brezeal H Jesse (c) 
Smith Josie (c) 
A Sheppard Joseph (c) 
Hill Sebv (c) 
Dansby Willie L (c) 
McLendon Mamie (c) 
Howard Robert (c) 
Preston Evant (c) 
Carr James (c) 
A Wills Jesse (c) 
Jennings Mamie 
A Cobb William (c) 
Britt Albert (c) 
Simmons Martha (c) 
Settles Eliza (c) 
Jackson Chaney (c) 
Riggins Hezekiah (c) 
Perkins Eliza (c) 
Mitchell Annie (c) 
Glover Millie (c) 
•A Fields George (c) 
Dowdy Pauline (c) 
•A Dowdy Pauline (c) 
■A Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
B Few Georgia L (c) 



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8 Byrd John M 
12 Stephens Clifford G 
14 Davis Alice Mrs 
16 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
18 Stephens Charles C 
20 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
22 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
24 Miller Lester 
26 Gasaway Emily Mrs 



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FULTON TERRACE— Cont'd 
28 Kendley James R 
30 Livingston Thomas 
32 Vacant Sept 11. 1912 
34 Sheffield Henry 
52 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
54 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
56 St John Allen M 
80 Jenkins Charles W 
64 Paris Robert 
68 Crippin Ann Mrs 
76 Pairton Lucinda L 
Delta Intersects 

104 Puckett Harvey M 

106 McElroy David 



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GALLATIN, from Hemphill w to 
42 McMillan, 1 n of 5th 

Royal Intersects 
15 Webb James P 

Dalney Intersects 
140 Baldwin Cicero 



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GARDEN, from 653 Glenn s to 
Vanira, 1 e of Connally, paved 
with macadam from Georgia 
av to Little, sewerage from 
Glenn to Little, water from 
Georgia av to Little 

1 Quirk William S 

5 Rather Simeon C 

7 Rainey Frederick 
15 Hurley George S 
17 Ramsey P D 

Georgia Av Intersects 
39 Lowery Ansel N 

42 Parker Amanda E Mrs 

43 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

45 Trippe Albert M 

46 Dodd Wade H 

47 Segrest James E 

49 Steinheimer Alexander 

50 Lites Bert V 

51 Hughes Forrest 

52 Anderson Gustave A 

Bass Intersects 
59 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

63 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

64 Nicholson J Kirk 

67 Blackman Charles W 

68 Butts John W 

71 Chafin Edward B 

72 Meeks William T 

74 Baxter Claude W 

75 Gray Thomas J 
78 Due Oscar N 

80 Stegall Hugh W 

81 Rivers George (c) 

82 Balding Albert M 
83-A Parker Edward 
83-B Hartsfield Charles 
84 Pichler John 

8 7 Grogan Allen R 
s^ Maynard Wm E 

89 Garner John T 

90 Jones Charles G 

Love Intersects 
93 Walker D Francis 
100 Hawthorne William M 

104 DeLoach Elizabeth Mrs 

105 Bell Allen 



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Jones Jesse H 
Pittman W Henry 
Williams Charles H 
15-17 Vacant Sept 13. 
Moss William S 
Rice Nathaniel 
Simpson George 
Reisman Joseph 
Holley George E 
Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
Reisman William 
Greene George V 
B Holt John H 
McCracken Robert E 

Little Intersects 
Summers Mary (c) 
A Callaway Mary (ct 
Miller Davis (c) 
A Reese Arthur (c) 
Steagers Mattie (c) 
B Robinson Rosa (c) 
Johnson Carrie (c) 
McGuire Jackson (c) 
Rowland Mason (c) 



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GARDNER. from Windsor to 
Stewart av, changed to Hope 

7 West David T 

8 Townsend James L 

9 Wade Henry S 

11 Woodis Leonard R 

23 Morris David P 

27 Brumbelow Seaborn R 

31 Sterchi Parmen C 

35 Cheek J Lon 

37 Raines Marion F 

42 Warren Lizzie M (c) 

43 Scott Samuel (c) 

76 Irwin Emma (c) 

77 Johnson Joseph (c) 
79 Wright Henry (c) 



GARDNER, from Boulevard e to 
Main, 1 n of St Charles av 



GARFIELD PLACE, from 158 
Highland av n to 76 East av, 
water throughout 

9 Stevens Laura Miss 
11 Steedman W Keslev 

16 Paschall Edwin W ' 

17 McConnell Ida May Mrs 
21 Marbury John B 

24 Wikle Clifton I 

27 O'Connor Eugene 

31 Kellogg George W 

32-A Ivey Claude C 

32-B Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

35 Ingle DeWitt C 

36 McKibben Dixie Mrs 

37 Fulton Elmer E 

38 Webster Frank A 

39 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
41 Corwine Thomas 



GARIBALDI, from 213 Glenn s to 
University av, 1 w of Windsor, 
water from Georgia av to 
Stephens 

13 Gault Robert (c) 

14 Holloway John C (c) 

15 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

16 Mitchell Robert (c) 

18 Toliver Harriet (c) 

19 Almond David (c> 

20 Higgins Jane (c) 

21 Chambliss Hattie (c) 



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Neely Hattie (c> 
Davis Jesse (c) 
Jones Annie (c) 
Green Maria (c) 
McLain Fannie (c) 
Austin Katie (c) 
Raymond Mattie (c) 
Hawkins Harry (c) 
Weaver Annie (c) 
Hesterley R W Joseph 
Georgia Av Intersects 
Smith Isaac C 
McDonald Charles F 
Watts William T 
Elrod J Edward 
Howard Lois Mrs 
Hesterley Francis 
Cornelia Moore Day Nurs 
Landrum William A 
Anderson James N 
Smith William A 
Acree James A 
Floyd Marvin P 
Bloodworth James L 

Eads Intersects 
Lecroy Jasper N 
Timms Homer S 
Stamps Egbert 
Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
Sosby Jonas D 
Carroll Martha Mrs 
Patterson Jackson R 
Hammett Lula Mrs 
Hinson John J 
•A Pearson Huey 
•B Mattison Ernest M 
Taylor Mattie Mrs 
Dennard Junior W 
Smith Felix M 
Bolton Robert B 
Plunkett 
Osborne John P 
Huey Dovie Mrs 

Stephens Intersects 
Smith James F 

Gardner Intersects 

Mary Intersects 
Ward Samuel J (c) 
Blue Plesant (c) 
Smith Coy (c) 
Parks Nettie (c) 
Ratterree Young- (c) 
Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
Harris Elliott (c) 
•A Bowden Charlev (c) 
Thomas Pearl <e> 
-A Eusrv Primus (c) 
Bell Albert (c) 

Arthur Intersects 
Woodward Peter W (c) 
Jones Lucius (c) 
Lowe Jane <c) 
Reese George (c) 
Holloman Dock (c) 
Threat Alexander (c) 
Taylor William (c) 
Bowen James (c) 
Barber George (c) 

Amy Intersects 
Lockett Judge (c) 
Hart Charles (c) 
Gullett John (c) 
Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
Gibson Mary (c) 
Johnson George I (c) 
Primrose Alonzo (c) 
Pngh George W (c) 



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Parks Green B (c) 
Parks Green D (c) 
Reid James L (c) 
Horsley Mary (c) 
Stamps Robert (c) 
Holland George W <o 
Miller Hattie (c) 
Moore Albert (c) 

Roy Intersects 
Harvey John (c) 
Miller Alice (c) 
Vincent Solomon (c) 



<;ARNETT, from 58 Peters e to 
181 Central av, 1 s of Trinity, 
paved with granite blocks 
throughout, sewerage from 
Forsyth to Central av, water 
from Madison av to Central av 

4 Swint-Davis Leaf Tob Co 

5 Aldredge Nancy Mrs 
Madison Av Intersects 

9 Miller Lena C Mrs 
11 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

14 King F W & Co 

15 Collins Charles 

16 Postal Tel Cable Co 

18 High James D 

19 American Trunk & Bag Co 

22 Cromer Mrs 

23 Conjetter John 

24 Morrison Katherine Mrs 
27-29 Rogers L W Co 

28 Hooper Harris G 
31-33 Crane Co 
32 Finley Mamie Mrs 
34 Wren Ida M Mrs 
36 Grant Alvis M 

Forsyth Intersects 
45 Central Baptist Church 
4S-50 Golden Carrie Mrs 
49 Lancaster Carl M 

51 Fain Joshua E 

55 Stillman Sylvania Mrs 

56 Purcell Winnie Mrs 
58 Maddox John H 

60 Lanier James S 

Whitehall Intersects 
76-S0 Home Art Supply Co 

52 Boston Dry Cleaning Co 
83 Renault Fannie E Mrs 
86-88 Metal Welding Co 

ST Coleman Mary F Mrs 

90 Texas Vending Co 

91 Reeves James N 
Wallace J Merrill 

92 Black Olivia P Mrs 
97 Cross John O 

97 V2 St Francis Apartments 
Cox Minnie L Mrs 
Teitlebaum S N 
Smith Murray I" 
Garber John W 
Morgan William G 
Prjor Intersects 
llo Benn & Griggs (c) 

113 Simplex Machine Co 
Simplex Press Co 

114 Cannon Minnie A Mrs 

115 Novelty Hat Mfg Co 

116 Beddingfield Robert L 

118 Matthews Annie W Mrs 

119 Castellow Mary A E Mrs 
121 Parker George B 

123 Cooper Ruth Mrs 

124 Whatley Mary Mrs 



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GARRETT, from W & A R R w 
to Ashby, 1 n of Bellwood av 
(also called Wheeler) (for 
numbers see Powell) 



GARTRELL, from 72 Yonge e 
to 45 Daniel, r s of Edgewood 
av, paved with macadam from 
Yonge to Boulevard, sewerage 
and water throughout 

3 Simmons Fannie (c) 

4 Parks Jessie (c) 

5 Hightower Annie (c) 

7 Freeman George (c) 

8 Hemphill Hugh (c) 

9 Brooks Alonzo 

10 Baer Oscar (c) 

11 Brown John W (c) 

13 Stewart Robert (c) 

14 Williams Ransom (c) 

18 Crawford John J (c) 

19 Washington Henry (c) 
23 Overton Laura (c) 

25 Harris Robert K (c) 
27 Wright Joseph (c) 

Jackson Intersects 
32 Young Charles L 

37 Kemp Andie (c) 

38 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

40 Hairston William M 

41 Gholston James (c) 

42 Merck Walter P 
45 Heard Bell G (c) 

48 Lee Jefferson (c) 

49 Hollingsworth William F 

52 Clark Clarence (c) 

53 Dickerson Thomas W 

56 Gant Brown (c) 

57 Long Howard 

58 Geer Mat (c) 

60 Cridell Ezeker Z 

61 Gibson Ida J Mrs 

Fitzgerald Intersects 

64 Watts Melville P 

65 Stanford Benjamin J 

66 Taylor Isaac C Dr (c) 

69 Allgood George N 

70 Graves James C (c) 
73 Watson Robert J 

76 Furlow Henry E (c) 

77 Berry Lewis W (c) 

Boulevard Intersects 
92 Cox John (c) 
92 y 2 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

95 Brown William (c) 

96 Strickland Sarah (c) 

96 Ms Gibson George (c) 

Gartrell Place Begins 

97 Jackson Elizabeth (c) 

98 Tyler Richard (c) 

99 Groce Susie (c) 

101 Kendall Nancy (c) 

102 Brown Lela (c) 

103 Broglin Henry (c) 



104 Barkley Moses (c) 

106 Houseworth Samuel (c) 

107 Byck Augustus (c) 
110 Hayes William (c) 

GARTRELL, AV (Cook's Dis- 
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Lee av, 1 w of State (also 
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GARTRELL, PL, from 96 Gartrell 

GARY CROSSING (Cook's Dis- 
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GAS ALLEY, from Monroe to 
Hulsey, between Rhodes and 
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GASKILL, from 134 S Boulevard 
e to Pearl, 1 n of Fair, sewer- 
age from Carroll to Pearl, wa- 
ter from Boulevard to Berean 
av and Powell to Pearl 

1 Pittman Joel E 

2 Buice James R 

3 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

4 Scoggins Mathews 

5 Bartow James N 

Iswald Intersects 
9 Gailey Simpson S 

10 Terry Chimus 

11 Lewis Andrew W 
Spain Lee 

12 Wilson Alfred 

14 Camp Joseph H 

15 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

16 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

18 Adams Amanda Mrs 

19 Spain Thomas H 

22 Barber Thomas G 
Spain John 

23 Poss Ella Mrs 

27 Butler Eleanor J Mrs 
29 Brown Terry H 

Berean Av Intersects 
31 Taylor Thomas J 
33 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
35 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
35-A Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

39 Shepard Joseph T 
39-A Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

40 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

41 Newman Julius S 

42 Smith John 

Powell Intersects 

53 Crane William 

56 McGinnis James 

57 Bernard Peter 

58 Denham Charles 
63 Hodges Jesse J 

66 Blackman Daird D 

Tye Intersects 

73 Granger Joseph 

74 Lyons David 

80 Kent Thomas J 
136 Roberts James M 
138 Hunnicutt M Gee 



GASTON, from Beecher av s to 
City limits, 1 e of Cascade av 
92 Fickett Richard N 



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Peters, water throughout 



(.i:\ksski: AV, from Stewart av 
w to Jonesboro rd, 1 s of Dill 



GEORGE, from Georgia R R s 
to 477 E Fair, 1 e of Grant, 
lenenge from Fair to Biggers 



GEORGE from Ethel to 14th 
changed to Flynn, 1 e of Hemp- 
hill av 



GEORGE, from Vine to Chestnut 
changed to Williford 



GEORGE (Edgewood), 
to Govan 



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GEORGIA AV, located in Peach- 
tree Hills Place 



GEORGIA AV, from 460 S Pryor 
e to LP Grant Park, and w to 
190 S McDaniel, 1 s of Glenn. 
paved with granite block 
Pryor to Grant Park and ma- 
cadam Pryor to McDaniel, 
sewerage Formwalt to Pulliam 
and Capitol av to Cherokee av, 
water from McDaniel to Cher- 
okee 

Going East 

4 Chan Charlie 

5 House Rolley H (c) 
17 Kelley Charles H 

23 Bosworth Nellie H Mrs 

24 Eakes George M Rev 

26 St John's M E Church 

Central Av Intersects 

27 Moore John H 

28 Laird William A 

29 Vacant Sept 21 1912 
33 Brown William T Dr 
36 Maier Bertram 

38 Hodnett Mary E Mrs 

41 Collier Merideth 

42 Wooden Wilbur F 

45 Echols James E 

46 Maxwell Kate Miss 

48 Chelena Vincent 

49 Spurlock John E 

50 Connally & Bomar 

Pulliam Intersects 

51 Wood Henry M 

52 Knight Charles D 

55 Barry Martha Mrs 
West Jahiel J 

56 Conley Virginia Mrs 
Jolly Moses W 

59 O'Connor Katherine Mrs 
Driscoll Timothv J 

60 Preston Wesley H 

63 Burson Jeremiah C 

64 Carter Williamson S 

66 Culpepper Noah S 

67 Malone Frank 

68 Selig Emil 
Frank Leo M 

69 Levy Albert P 

Washington Intersects 
93 Samuel Benjamin F 

96 Bridwell J Wilburn 

97 Stocks William H 

98 Weill Simon 

100 DeBelle Robert F Rev 



101 Williamson Oscar H 

105 Zattau Charles M 
Adams David 

106 Golsteln Louis 

108 Lipman Paul R 

109 Rose Ferris W 

110 Teasdale Thomas A 

112 Terrell William M Dr 

113 Belliveau Emma Mrs 

114 Cronheim Sol 

Crew Intersects 
119 Kellogg Forrest E 

Link W Calhoun 
121 Morgan James P 
125 Schackter Joseph 
129 Wilkins John T 

131 Zaban Joseph 

132 McCaskill W Wallace 

135 Cox Maggie A Mrs 

136 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 
140 St Clair Harry C 

Capitol Av Intersects 
158 Davis Jesse E Dr 

163 Lawler Joseph J 

164 Lyndon Albert O 

165 Johnston Jefferson D 

168 Bullock Kate Mrs 

169 Raiden James T 

172 Parkman Serrano 

173 Fleshner Abraham 

174 Owen Frank M 

176 Williams Tolbert S 

177 Ray William H 

179 Pogue Walter T 

180 Powell Walter P 

Fraser Intersects 

181 Saye Edward D 

182 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

184 Kaplan Joseph M 

185 Clabern Charles L 

186 Kaplan Grocery Co 

187 Miller Frank M 

188 Schlum Morris 

189 Matthews William F 

191 McElroy Oliver C 

192 Gershon Samuel 

193 Levitt Morris 

195 Rogers L W Co 

196 McElroy Oliver C 

Reed Intersects 

197 McAndrew Thomas I 

200 Georgia Avenue Creamery 

201 Lester German W 

202 How Lee 

204 Gottlieb Julius 

205 Coplan Jacob 

209 Swinev Oscar L 

210 Sheffield Snowden J 
2 12 Harris John N 

214 Trouton Lucius N 

Terry Intersects 

215 Leake Susan E Mrs 

218 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

219 Wootten Jesse W 

220 Harvey George V 
222 Tuggle Alexander E 
225 Dodgen James H 
227 Goddard Joseph A 

Martin Intersects 

229 Gilbert Instant H 

230 O'Donnell John 

233 Diden Edward T 

234 Dairs Francis P 

235 Harrington John D 

237 Hendrix Walter C 

238 Lester Carl F 

241 Price Harry T 

242 Calhoun .Tnmes P, 



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E GEORGIA AV — Cont'd 


381 


Adams William B 


243 


Kilpatrick George M 


385 


Day Charles E 


246 


Vacant Sept 19, 1912 


387 


Redus Robert K 


250 


Ray William C 


389 


Cameron Charles E 


251 


Holly Dunillo C 


396 


Welborn Asbury C 


252 


Cook Alexander H 


397 


Rackert Paul E 


256 


Johnson John B 


399 


Sayer Elijah I 


259 


Trent Powhatan G Dr 


400 


Georgia Av Presby Ch 


260 


Holliday William A 


403 


Battle Charles E 


261 


Harkins James C 




Grant Intersects 


262 


Furr Samuel A 


405 


Henley Hunter H 




Bond Charles C 


407 


Grant Park Baptist Church 


263 


Nolls A J 


409 


Bronk Alvin L 


266 


Anthony Joseph L 


417 


Holliday Benjamin F Dr 


267 


Robinson William 


418 


Thacher Lawrence M 




Ami Intersects 


420 


Vacant Sept 14, 1912 


269 


King Hiram E 


422 


Plunkett William E 


270 


Bishop John M 


424 


Jones LaFayette P 


273 


Vacant Sept 11, 1912 


425 


Jernigan Julius D 


278 


Davis Samuel W 


426 


Clonts Robert C 


280 


Phillips James M 


427 


Broadbent William 


281 


Watts Leonard C 


427 


-A Smith J Summer 


282 


Banks Laura Mrs 


428 


Austin George S 


284 


Faulkner Tally M 


429 


Blount Walter B 


285 


Vacant Sept 11, 1912 


437 


Hudgins Ola W Mrs 


287 


Vacant Sept 11, 1912 


441 


Brown James W 


297 


Phillips Lewis W 


442 


Hudnall Frank C 


301 


Cooke Thomas R 


444 


Heston William R 


312 


Holliday James A 


447 


McCarthy Julia Mrs 




Carroll & Hunter 


448 


Roseberry James R 




Connally Intersects 


449 


Beane Henry R 


313 


Arnent George W 


451 


Anderson Minnie Mrs 


314 


Gibson John H 


452 


Starick William H 


316 


Strauss John T 


453 


Foster Francis M 


317 


Allen Edward 


454 


Webb James B 


318 


Haldeman William H 


456 


Weigel Albert C 


319 


Hunter George H 


458 


Arnold Charles V 


320 


Eberhart Joseph L 


459 


Walker Jessie G Mrs 


321 


Johnson George W 


460 


Thompson Thomas M 


322 


Meisel Myron 


462 


Lauren T Chester 


324 


Gluck Joseph R 


463 


Ester Robert L 


325 


Sears John W 


465 


Knapp Rosa W Mrs 


326 


Anderson Charles A 




Going' West 


328 


Spielberger Jacob 


14 


McHugh Edward M 


328 y 2 Stephens Molly Miss 


15 


McCord Theodore W 


329 


Dodgen James A 


18 


McDaniel Edward G 


330 


Spielberger Jacob 


19 


Cox Stephen E 




Garden Intersects 


21 


Andrews M Pride 


332 


Ferguson Harvey T 


22 


Fuller John G 


333 


Vacant Sept 16, 1912 


23 


Anderson Furman F 


335 


Vacant Sept 16, 1912 


25 


Vacant Sept 17, 1912 


336 


Rapp Grace Mrs 


26 


Spencer William 


337 


Vacant Sept 16, 1912 




Formwalt Intersects 


338 


Vacant Sept 16, 1912 


27 


Tyson Davidson 


339 


Edmondson C Joseph 


33 


Means James M 


345 


Singleton Charles C 


35 


Mayo Stanford A 


347 


Grant Daniel B 


39 


Robbins Joseph R 


348 


Tuck J Ray 


40 


Georgia Av School 


350 


Jones Robert W 


41 


Flemister James A 


351 


Hollis Theophilus E 


47 


Hall Edward H 


354 


Loughry Thomas C 


48 


Wootten Walter F 


355 


Stripling Nathaniel S 


49 


Howell James H 


359 


Crenshaw Edward P 


51 


Smith John A 


360 


Russey John W 




Cooper Intersects 




Hill Intersects 


54 


Hesterley John R 


362 


Lemke Elizabeth D Mrs 


58 


Butler R Homer 


363 


Plunkett James W 




Tedder Lula Miss 


365 


Martin Ralph B 


59 


Owen Thomas L 


366 


Rooney Frederick W 


60 


Dodd William R 


368 


Vacant Sept 14. 1912 


61 


Thomas John W 


370 


Kennedy James T 


62 


Hitchcock William C 


372 


Willingham Joseph N 


64 


Orr Luther C 


373 


Radebaugh Frederick M 


65 


Jones Beverly C 




Kent Ends 


66 


Carithers William 


374 


Taylor Hugh K 


68 


Stevenson Willie Mrs 


375 


Heard Henry 


69 


Horton Lyda Mrs 


376 


Nealy Louise Mrs 


72 


Wilson Charles D 


377 


Garraux Ernest 


73 


Horton William H 



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Threlkeld Thomas C 
Windsor Intersects 

Skipworth William T 
Carithers John T 
Earnest Hugh B 
Webb Andrew C 
Stratton Sutton 
Farris Leon C 
Kenney Walter T 
Branside William T 
Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

Garibaldi Intersects 
Wallace L Walter 
Wallace L Walter 
Hinton Sallie (c) 
Malone Charles (c) 
Petty Charles 
Pope Laura (c) 
Stephens James T 
Clinkscales Alice (c) 

Ira Intersects 
Jennings James C <c) 
Hammonds James (c) 
Hammond James (c) 
Clayton Anna (c) 

Smith Intersects 
Orr James (c) 
Jones John L (c) 
Allen John (c) 
Jarnigan Fannie (c) 
Hight Stonewall (c) 

McDaniel Intersects 
Dyer Reuben M 



GERARD AV (Cook's District), 
from Howell Mill rd e to 
Hampton, 2 n of Emmett 
1 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
3 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
16 Woodbury Edward 
20 Anderson Earl 
24 Lona Henry 
28 Caldwell David L 
30 Caldwell John W E 
36 Collier James T 
43 Alexander William P 
45 Cunningham Joseph F 
48 Watson Coke 



GERMAMA AV (Decatur), on N 
Decatur car line 



GERMOFERT STA, on Hapeville 
car line 



GERTRUDE PLACE, 

car line 



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GIBSON", from Flat Shoals av s, 
2 e of A & W P Belt Line, 
seweraKe Cummings to Leg- 
gitts av 

1 Hammock John H 

3 Harper George W 

5 Braswell James A 

7 Silvey William P 

Klrknnod Av Intersects 
11 Crawford John C 
13 Berry Clark L 

15 Nail Rufus W 

16 Skelton James M Rev 
26 Ivev William J 

29 Stephens John 

30 Walker Euell W 
53 Herren Edward C 
57 Rose Ernest C 

64 Williams Francis M 



65 Price Landrum F 

Cnniniinj^s Intersects 

75 Hansen Frederick 

79 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

83 Duncan Luther 

87 Mitchell Charles J 

91 Prater Joseph 

100 Bennett John W 

102 Sharpton William J 



GILBERT, from Eden av s to 
Confederate av, 1 w of S More- 
land av 



GILLETTE AV, from Stewart av 
w to A & W P R R, 5 s of 
Glenn 
6 Everett Willis M 

10 Pirn Benjamin F 

11 Leas William G 
13 Reid Lawson C 

15 Cleveland Arveard R 
17 Anderson George W 
72 Sewell John P 
76 Hobbs John E 



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GILMER, from 41 Ivy or 79 
Edgewood av e to 24 Hilliard, 
sewerage and water through- 
out 

8 Octagon Soap Prem Store 
10 Rybert & Hollingsworth 
12 Vacant Sept 28, 1912 
14 Shyer Bros 

15-17 Milam & Miller Stab Co 
18 King John H Dr 
21 Young Jeremiah J 
26 Bradley & Gladfelter 
31 Danne Emile 
33-35 Miller A C & Co 
34 Kenny Edward P 

Courtland Intersects 
53 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 
57 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 
60-62 Mendel Heyman 
64 Tesler Abraham 
66 Feiner Erman 

Piedmont Av Intersects 
74 Zimmerman Jacob 

76 Goldstein Samuel 

77 Zion Solomon 

78 Glassman David 

80 Shurman Meyer 

81 Amiel Raphael 

82 Bernstein Morris 

83 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

86 Vacant Sept 25. 1912 

87 Cohen Litman 

88 Spier Reuben 

89 Morris Esther Mrs 

90 Silverstein Mark 

91 Dorfan Joel 

93 Leff Frank 

94 Israel Abraham • 
97 Krick Samuel 

Butler Intersects 
106 Spurling Lizzie Miss 
108 Traynham Ellie M Mrs 
lin Sandler Jacob 
112 Robbins Clay 

114 Hicks Minnie (c) 

115 Martin Eli (ci 

120 Balkanv & Halpern 
124 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 
126 Tuhk Louis 

130 Harmon Robert A 

Pratt Intersects 

131 Smith George (c) 



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GILMER — Cont'd 
140 Holley Rosa M Mrs 
142 Sevelovitch Benjamin 
144 Portwood James B 
Moore Intersects 
148 Perry Walter K 
152 Hayes John F 

155 Johnson Anna (c) 

156 Knox Mary C Mrs 

157 Horsey Amanda (c) 

160 Walker Mary (c) 

161 Kelly Green B (c) 

164 Brown Cora (c) 

165 Taylor Thomas M 

166 Pollock Max 

168 Mitchell Anne D (c) 

169 Katzoff Louis 

170 Yellen Philip 
172 Perry James (c) 

174 Jackson Richard (c) 

175 Robinson Morris 

176 Ebenezer Baptist Church (c) 

177 Katzoff David 

Bell Intersects 

191 Reed Lizzie (c) 

192 McGee Lena N (c) 

193 Reese Mary (c) 
196 Ward Emma (c) 
200 Toombs Rachel (c) 
204 McCoy Savannah (c) 
206 Cobb Annie (c) 
206-A Jenkins Anna (c) 
208 Colley Josie (c) 
208-A Cobb Julia (c) 

Fort Intersects 
210 Turner Georgia (c) 
210-A Robinson William (c) 
212 Hall Dorsey (c) 
212-A Miller Stella (c) 
214 White Pearl (c) 
214-A Vacant Oct 17, 1912 
216 Vacant Oct 17, 1912 
218 Linton Carrie (c) 
218-A Vacant Oct 17, 1912 
220 Jackson Mary (c) 



GILMORE STATION, on Mariet- 
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GLASS (Cook's District), from 
351 Bellwood av n to Jefferson, 
6 w of Ashbv 

2 Tuck Jack T 
10 Terry Georgia Ann Mrs 

A B & A My Intersects 
14 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
20 Amosson Henry 



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from DeKalb av n to McLen- 
don, 2 e of Mayson av, sew- 
erage throughout 

9 Barnes Charles O 
17 Norton David 
23 Calloway Wootten R 



25 Connell Dulcina 

27 Bearden James 

29 Steed Edward E 

30 McDonald Frank 
39 Pickett Few S 
47 Russell Glenn E 



GLENDALE AV, from Bay _ to 
Bellwood av, changed to Sim- 
mons 



GLENN, from 52 Stewart av e to 
Garden and w to Lee; the part 
from Garden to Cherokee av 
has been changed to Cherokee 
Place, paved with rubble 
Humphries to Smith, macadam 
Smith to Cooper, granite 
blocks Cooper to Pryor and 
macadam Pryor to Capitol av, 
water from Murphy to Ira, 
Windsor to Formwalt, Pryor 
to Central av and Washington 
to Capitol av and Reed to Mar- 
tin, sewerage from Ocmulgee 
to Humphries, Cooper to 
Windsor, Pulliam to Washing- 
ton, Hill to Grant, and Stewart 
av to Murphy 

9 Denton William M 
13 Purvine K Neal 
17 Chastain Arie A Mrs 
21 Marler Nora Mrs 
25 Mulkey Maggie L Mrs 
29 Webb Mattie A Mrs 
33 Graham Morgan J 

39 Glenn St School 

40 Phillips Thomas 

Ocmulgee Intersects 
43 Graham Morgan J 
45 Bovd Robert L 
47 Tallent John M 

49 Helpon Gooch 

50 Henry W Frank 
52 Holland James W 

54 Strickland Sallie O Mrs 

55 Ray D J 

56 Minor John E 
58 Bishop T Dow 

60 Templeton Alexander 
62 Harp Henry D 
64 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
66 Delpey Laura Mrs 

Southern Ry Intersects 
70 Union L & Box Mfg Co 

76 Green Willie (c) 
Daniel Mattie (c) 

77 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

78 Collins Jesse (c) 

88 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
Humphries Intersects 

97 Johnson John M 
110 Searcy Anna (c) 
114 Grisholm Andrew (c) 
116 Atkins James (c) 
118 Johnson Addie (c) 

122 Green Easter (c) 

123 Smith Addie C (c) 

124 Sewell Charles (c) 

Robblns Ends 

126 Roberson William (c) 

127 Lowndes Helen (c) 

128 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

129 Champion Lucinda (c) 

130 Hill Mary (c) 

134 Davis Frances (c) 

135 Hill James (c) 
136 Davis Joseph (c) 



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137 Phillips William (c) 

138 Blalock Susie (c) 

139 Thomas Alex (c) 

140 Tucker Ellen (c) 

141 Eason Minnie (c) 
143 Holly Edward (c) 
145 Howell Arthur (c) 
147 Williams Frank (c) 
149 Willis Fleming (c) 

McDnnlel Intersects 
161 Latham William D 
163 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

165 King- Annie Mrs 
165^ Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

166 Kines Bertha (c) 
169-71 Dodd Lowell M 

Whitehall Terrace Ends 
Smith Begins 

172 McCoy Charles (c) 

173 Metropolitan Church (c) 

174 Jones George (c) 
177 Roberts Edward (c) 

179 Reese Charles (c) 

180 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

181 Barge John (c) 

184 Lissick Eleanor (c) 
Ira Intersects 

200 Nesbit Lizzie (c) 

201 Brooks Susie M Mrs 

203 Blackman Mattie E Miss 
205 Feinstein Louis W 

Garibaldi Intersects 
213 Kennedy Susan (c) 
217 Thomas Laura (c) 
221 Reid Abraham (c) 
223 Edwards Israel (c) 

Windsor Intersects 
232 Davis Genie (c) 
232-A Elder Lizzie (c) 
234 Smith Sarah (c) 
234-A Brown Margarite (c) 
236 Reed Elnora (c) 
236-A Mann William 

238 Wilson Henrv (c) 
238-A Williams Ethel (c) 

239 White Ernest (c) 
241 Mitchell George (c) 

246 Merritt Alma (c) 

247 Hollowav John (c) 

248 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
249-A Winn Fannie (c) 
249-B O'Neal Cresie (c) 

250 Smith Sallie (c) 

Cooper Intersects 

251 Botters William T 
253 Kennerly Charles 
259 Garlick Florence Mrs 
267 McDonnell Patrick 
269 Waddell Charles T 

269 Holland Zella Mrs 

270 Crespo Celistino C 
279 Fry Patrick 

281 Turnipseed Thomas F 
Forinwnlt Intersects 
285 McCord J Lawrence 
289 Dyer Charles A 
295 Leamon James W 
300 Mitchell Emmett V (c) 

Pryor Intersects 
340 Pryor St Presbyterian Ch 
Central Av Intersects 

347 Rook Samuel T 

348 Pope Lee 

351 Herder Thomas P 
355 George Francis A 
359 Pierce Sallie L Mrs 

I * ii 1 1 i ii in Intersects 
365 Wolensky Kople 



367 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 
371 Friese Mamie W Mrs 

373 Louis Charles (c) 

374 Tanner Leonard 

375 Boyd Rosa (c) 

376 Martin Henry E 
387 Shennault Jacob (c) 

Washington Intersects 
411 Lockhart Lee P 
415 Nissenbaum Morris 
Crew Intersects 
435 Gresham James M 
437 Harper George 
441 Seeger Adolph 

444 Robinson Claude O 
Robinson John T 

445 Neal McCormick Jr 

446 Collins William T 

448 Tanner Isaac T 

449 Munday William C 

450 Thrash Mary E Mrs 

Capitol Av Intersects 
Grady Av Intersects 

479 Smith Hugh (c) 

480 Dunlap Charles (c) 

481 Manuel Thomas (c) 

484 Dunlap George (c) 

485 Wheat John (c) 

486 Jackson Philis (c) 

487 Piper Martha (c) 

489 Cummings Jefferson (c) 
Fraser Intersects 

503 Tanner Emory (c) 

504 May John (c) 

505 Freeman James (c) 

506 Howard Marriah (c) 

Reed Intersects 
508 Sawyers Flonnie (c) 

511 Johnson Hattie (c) 

512 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

513 Mitchell Dollie (c) 

514 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

514 Persons George (c) 

515 Middlebrooks Walter (c) 
517 Lester Moses (c) 

519 Brawner John (c) 
521 Epps Iverson (c) 

Terry Intersects 

532 Grogans Anna (c) 

533 Williams William (c) 
535 Anderson Elijah (c) 
537 Doke Clarence 

541 Chapman William (c) 
Martin Intersects 
Conway Place Ends 
570 Cox Estell (c) 

572 Grant Jerome (c) 

573 Reese William (c) 

574 Allen Green (c) 

575 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

576 Young William (c) 

578 Earley Charles (c) 

579 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

580 Lofton Lindsay (c) 

581 Barge William (c) 

Connally Intersects 
600 Chelsey Green (c) 
64S Dick William F 
Kirby Charles M 
Kelly Ends 
Garden Ends 

653 Hardwick Martha L 

654 Giddish John L 

657 Hardwick Thomas R 

Hill Intersects 
668 Redding Lula Mrs 
Kent Begins 
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GLENN— Cont'd 
oS4 Hammett George W 
698 Dickens William H 
702 Roberts Albion S 

Grant Intersects 

735 Abernathy Joseph M 

736 Spinks Harry D 

738 Wilder William A 

739 Everett John S 

741 McGill James F 

742 Marshall Charles E 

743 Butler A Green 

745 Biggers Robert E 
Oakland Av Intersects 

746 McManmon William J 

747 Black Thomas J 
749 Born John J 
751 Hood John H 

757 Briant Herschel V 
759 Britton Charles A 
761 Smith John W 
768 Guill William H 
Going West 
1 Reeves George W 
5 Brock George 
11 Baker William A 
15 Haney Matt H 
17 Hope A Benjamin 
19 Akins John W 
21 Chambers Joseph M 
23 Coleman George A 
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tin e to Wellman av (also 
known as New Flat Shoals rd), 
paved with macadam from 
Cherokee av to Park av and 
rubble to limits, sewerage from 
Kelly to Park av, and S Boule- 
vard to Cameron, water from 
Connally to Park av and Boule- 
vard to Cameron 

6 Kilgore Walter (c) 
6% Wilson Julia (c) 

7 Erwins Charles Cc) 

8 Wilson Margaret Cc) 
Wilson Mollie Cc) 

8y 2 Whitner Rosa (c) 

17 Hitchcock Hiram (c) 

18 Humphries Arthur Cc) 

20 Prham Florence Cc) 

21 Duke Dalton Cc) 

22-A Jernigan Theodore (c) 
23 Anderson Richmond (c) 
23-A Hopper Hiram Cc) 

26 Torrence William (c) 
26-A Smith James Cc) 

27 Slaton P Albert Cc) 
27-A Smith Mattie (c) 

28 Dean Mary Cc) 
28-A Rogers Samuel Cc) 

30 Torrence Louise Cc) 
30- A Davis Hattie Cc) 

31 Drakefoot Frank Cc) 
33 Long John T (c) 

33 'Wilson Eliza Cc) 

34 Austin Lucv Cc) 
34-A Ellison Tobias Cc) 
:;7 Mobley Lula (c) 

Moore Samuel (c) 
38 Moore Lula Cc) 
38- A Kenclell Lizzie fc) 
!3 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
44 Darden Louis Cc) 
44-A Tigna Henry Cc) 

Coniially Intersects 
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Feldman Jacob 
Gilman Frank 
Lake Mynard 
Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
McWaters Philip T 
Craig Myrtle Mrs 
Hardin Allen C 

Kelly Intersects 
McAllister David 
Kermer Joseph 
Turnage Joseph E 
Norton Andrew J 
Abelson Nathan 
Dunwody William G 
Earnhart David 
Moseley William S 
Hill Intersects 
Perkins Alonzo H 
Coleman Philomon E 
Atwater Henry 
Vacant Sept 24, 1912 
Newman William M • 
Griggs I Guy 
Bradley John S 
Straus William F 
Barnes Charles H 
McMichael Oscar 

Broyles Intersects 
Guess Carl N 
Stephens Jennie Mrs 
Singleton Frank P 
Laird Thomas C 
Walker James H 
Lichtenstein Max 
Kister Charles M 
Langford Newport A 
Grant Intersects 
Treadwell Stephen L 
Reaves John W 
Donaldson William R 
Witham Martha Mrs 
Simmons Josephus J 
Ingram Robert J 
Watkins Leastie Mrs 
Black Benjamin R 
Cason Samuel J 
Tedder Carlton C 
Sherer Thomas H 

Oakland Av Intersects 
Hart Simon F 
Jett Ewell L 
Fowler James E 
Estes M Viola Mrs 
Hamilton John F 
Clark James W 
Hays Viola W Mrs 
Brown William W 
Cherokee Av Intersects 
Maddux Patrick H 
Fowler Lovick R 
Whitaker Eugene U 
Meeks Benjamin F 
Martin Charles A 
Poff George E 
Garr Columbus A 
Simmons William G 
Poole Adam L 
Gaston Warren V 
Digby Frank M 
Raymer Mattie Mrs 
Wray Mildred Miss 

Loomls Av Intersects 
Campbell George 
Willingham William M 
Armistead Joel C 
Taylor Samuel J 
Schwarbe Franz 

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Park Av Intersects 

Barnett Ida .Mai- Mrs 
Yeargin Samuel D 

Boulevard Intersect* 
Denson James M 
Hudson Earl H 
Russell Samuel M 
Hillier Mattie A Mrs 
Leveritt Clinton E 
Turner William T 
Smith William W 

Berenu Av Ends 
Humphries Dallas L 

\\ Illllo Begins 
Morris Bessie Mrs 
Terrell Otis O 
Bailey William A 
Gant Charles G 
Goss Grover C 
Oakes Thomas E 
Venable Samuel 
Bradley Edgar L 
Farmer Jesse E 
Leach Flora C Mrs 
Penland John R 
Humphries Dallas L 
Patterson John T 
Fineher Thomas C 
Crouch Robert J 
Turner William J 

Cameron Intersects 
A & AV P Belt Line Ry 
Pickett & Pickett 
Mullins Felix C 
Jordan James H 
David Emma C Mrs 
Stewart John P 
Moreland Av Intersects 
Kiser William H 
Galamore James S 
Holley Lawrence A 
Hardin Jesse J 
Minor George C 
Marbut Joseph J 
McKinney S H & A J 
Waggoner & Clark 
Flat Shoals Av Intersects 
Harmon Thomas A 
Fineher Thomas H 

Haas Av Intersects 
Singleton Thomas P 
Gunter George A 
Fallin John H 
Armistead John 
Smith Grace M Mrs 
Buchanan James A 
Macaulay Frederick 
Bottoms Francis M 
Warren Arthur 
Williams James 
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GOLDEN AV, from Old Wheat n 
to Lyons av, bet Hilliard and N 
Jackson, changed to Salmons 



GLOVERS STATION, n n Marietta 
car line, 19 miles north 



GOODWIN, from 728 S Pryor w 
to McDonough. 2 s of Doane. 
paved with rock and chert 
from Pryor to Fortress av 



GORDON, from 699 Whitehall w 
to Hunter, 1 s of Oak, paved 
with asphalt from Whitehall 
to Holderness, macadam from 
Holderness to West View Cem- 
etery, sewerage from White- 
hall to Atwood and from 
Greensferry av to W Hunt»-r. 
water throughout 

3 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
11 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
11 y 2 Kissling Benjamin F 
15 Gordon Dairy 
19 Lamar Boston to 
19y> Johnson Ephraim S (c) 
30 Lee Sam 
32 Lamar & Lamar 
34 Caldwell John H 
37 West End Dairy 
39 Chapman Lindsey F 

112 Hood Charles W 

119-21 West End Cln & Dye Wks 

123 ,U S Postoffice. Station A 

125 Johnson John H 

Lee Intersects 

127 Medlock's Pharmacy 

12^ West End Pharmacy 

129 Polk Albert C 

131 Orchard & Co 

133 Rogers L W Co 

135 Byers William A 

136 Donehoo & Sherrer 
141 Prior Robert T 

141-A Vacant Sept 13. 1912 

146 Kline William R 

147 Daniel Ophelia G Mrs 
149 Pritchard Edwin O 
154 Binns J Walter Rev 

156 Barrett Laura Mrs 

157 Harrison Walter A 

160 Bledsoe William H 

161 Florence Sarah C Miss 

162 Hanbury Thomas P 

Evans Begins 

165 Collings Robert E 

166 Dyer Martha E Mrs 

168 Snelgrove James P 

169 Perry Reese 

170 Stamp Marcus .1 

171 Campbell Moses G Dr 
173 Moore Richard 

179 West End Christian Church 

182 Nichols James S 

Dunn Ends 

183 Ross George X 

187 Jenkins William M 

188 Dickens Andrew L 

193 SimDson John J 

194 Rockey James W 

196 Daniel Josephine M Mrs 

197 Colcord A Reppard 
200 Moor William H 

204 Hill William E Rev 

205 Stalliners Luther J 

206 West End Presbyterian Ch 

Ashby Intersects 
215 Richardson Thomas A 
217 Stokes Thomas L 

220 Ward Charles P Dr 

221 Heifner Frank P 
223 Griffin George 

225 Crumlev Howard L 

226 Bean William R 

232 McCullough William A 
236 Neall John H Dr 
239 Disbro William B 
248 Cofield Craig 
251 Dobbs Rufus H 



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GORDON— Cont'd 

Gordon Place Begins 

266 Willing-ham William B 
272 McEachern John N 

Peeples Intersects 

274 Shealy George A 

275 Poster William A 

276 Hardy Lemuel B 

278 Foir-est Charles A 

279 Cantrell Charles F 
283 Howell Albert Sr 

287 Lindorme Ramond A Dr 

288 Andrews James H 
290 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

293 Wright James M 

294 O'Donnelly Robert E 
296 Pace Robert T 

301 Eby Joseph D 
305 Rosser Luther Z 

Culberson Ends 
312 Harris Esther L Mrs 
315 Camp Joseph G 

320 Camp Edwin O 

321 Sanders John M 
328 Wagener Fritz 
331 Bixby Daisie Mrs 
333 Lovett Robert O 
336 Burton James H 

Lawton Intersects 

339 Brown Emma G Mrs 

340 Eidson Allen H 

341 Beauprie William R 

342 Prazier Jeremiah D 
349 Christenberry Reese L 
352 Prazier A Clark 

359 Beckham Eugene E 
361 Kelly Robert I 
363 Culberson Hubert L 
370 White Robert H 

373 Culberson Mary Miss 

I West End Place Begins 

374 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

377 Lowry Edward B 

378 Dyer Arthur R 

382 Brady Isaac A 

383 Springer William W 

386 Venable Edward B 

387 McArthur Annie E Mrs 
391 Dunn Charles W 

Queen Begins 

400 Price James H 

401 Martin John J 
401-A West Randolph B 

402 Hennessee Otis T 

403 Costner Jacob M 

404 Murphy Michael C 
. 405 Lester Ellison C 

406 Stewart Thomas H 

407 Simonton John M 

> 408 Gregory Charles H 

411 Francis William M 

412 Hollander George L Dr 

Grady Place Begins 
415 Verner Andrew M 




Cantrell William E 
Joines James J 
Waters Leland J Miss 
Culpepper Ernest F 
Parish Annie J Mrs 

Holderness Ends 
Rollo John W 
Tumlin William N 
Moore Harry T 
Ponchen John S 
Arnold Walter E 

At wood Begins 
Williamson Robert H 
Mathews George E 
Poole William F 

Hopkins Begins 
McDonald Franklin 
Forrest Edward T 
Nolan Julius S 
Carroll & Hunter 
Fowler John E 
Carroll Robert T 
Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
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479 Hawes William L 
486 Singer H L 
490 Witherspoon Lauren A Jr 

Cascade Av Begins 
Muse Intersects 

500 Stokes John W 

502 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

504 Williams Newton R 

Lucile Av Ends 

510 Crabtree William F 
514 Allen William H 
516-18 McDaniel James P 
527 Gailmard Charles M 
667 Landers Jesse N 
671 Hale William A 
673 Wills William T 
684 Battle Hill Pharmacy 
686 Key Thomas J 
688 Bratton M Reynold 

E Ontario Begins 
700 Mooney Walter T 

W Ontario Begins 
703 Gordon St M E Church 
Wellington Intersects 
705 Jackson William M 
707 Carroll James M 

715 Sentell William M 

716 Griffith H P 

717 McKelvy Charles 

718 Hinkley Elford 
747 Johnson Felix B 
749 Roby Daniel M 

Joe Johnson Av Intersects 
751 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
767 Smith Allen R 
905 Toland Paul 
835 Chapman W H 

Greensferry Av Ends 
839 Cowley James H 
847 Information Refused 
871 Coursey Daniel A 
887 Babb Clyde C 

898 Scott Alexander J 

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GOSPERO, from 65 Randolph e 
to Sou Ry tracks, 1 n of Irwin 



GOSSYPIUM, from Foote Row to 
Hardee, 2 e S Mayson 



GOULD (Lakewood Heights), on 
Lakewood car line 



GOULD BUILDING, 10 Decatur 



GOVAN (formerly George. Edge- 
wood), from Moreland av e to 
Flora av, 2 s of DeKalb av 



GOVERNOR, from 
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GRACE, from 262 Fort e to 267 
Hilliard. 1 n of Cain, sewerage 
throughout 



GRACE, s" of Houston, changed 
to Grace Place 



GRADY AV, from 330 Crumley 
s to 240 Bass, sewerage from 
Crumley to Glenn 

2 Henry Albert (c) 

4 Walter Corine (c) 

6 Stone Rose (c) 

8 Redding Mary (c) 
10 Boston William (c) 
12 Herd Luanna (c) 
14 Eason Ethel (c) 
14-A Germany Hester (c) 
16 Hill Rheta (c) 
18-20 Vacant Sept 28, 1912 
19 Johnson William D (c) 

21 Kemp Fannie (c) 

22 Billups Wannie (c) 

24 Sullers Fannie (c) 

25 Treadwell Rebecca 
26-28 Vacant Sept 28, 1912 
27 Armstrong Henrv (c) 
30 Cooley Cynthia (c) 

32 Harrington John (c) 
34 Johnson William (c) 
36 Warner Arthur (c) 

Glenn Intersects 
46 White Emma (c) 
49 Anderson Mamie (c) 
48 Mitchell Dora (c) 
.".2 Calloway Minnie (c) 
54 Blackwell Daisie (c) 
57 Bert James (c) 
58-60 Vacant Sept 2S, 1912 
59 Reed Daniel (c) 

61 Smith Sarah (c) 

62 McKnight Martha (c) 
64 Young Fannie (c) 

75 Collins Wade (c) 



GRADY AV, from S Park av e to 
Confederate av, changed to 
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don s to Oglethorpe av, 2 w of 
Lawton, paved with macadam. 
sewerage and water through- 
out 
17 Tausig George D 




is Walker George W 

20 Morris Frederick C 

21 Gordy Odie C 

22 Dunaway Earl E 

23 Carithers W Ernest 
25 Walters Allen J 

29 Hanes George S 

30 Hanes Ernest C 

32 Ray Emmett 

33 Key George W 

34 Coolidge Edwin 1 

36 Shores Leslie O 

37 Moncrief Stephen .J 

41 Reynolds John B 

42 Hurlbert Harry D 

43 Young Robert J 
46 Murphy John P 

49 Styring James W 

50 Comar Annie I Mrs 

53 Cleveland Albert B 

54 Wallace Charles B 

57 Armistead Jesse W 

58 Rodehaver Jesse C 

63 Vestby Carl 

64 Humphries George P 

65 Cowart Grigsby 
68 Bagwell S Irby 

70 Askew Roy 

71 Reives M Perrv 

73 Garner William B 

74 Holcomb Washington L 

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Goldberg Isaac 
Dunn Mattie B (c) 
Johnson Cecil E <c) 
Wilson Joseph P (c) 
Davis William (c) 
Eagle Susie (c) 
Chevis William (c) 
Green Isaac G (c) 
Goodlett James (c) 
Robinson Julia (c) 
Weaver Laura <c) 
Jones William (c) 
Peek Wilson J (c) 
Leonard Robert (c) 
Miller Benjamin (c) 
Mitchell Bessie (c) 
Hester James (c) 
Johnson Hiram <c) 
Ratterree William M (c) 
Stamper James (c) 
Kirk Jennie (c) 
Renfroe William I 

Carter Intersects 
-Rhodes Edward S (c) 
Green John 
Harris James (c) 
Myers Maggie (c) 
Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
Veal Alice (c) 
West Henry W (c) 
Green Floyd W 
Stovall Augustus (c) 
Dokes Emmett (c) 
Macnolta Intersects 



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Fair and macadam Woodward 
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catur to Hunter and Fair to 
Augusta av, water from Deca- 
tur to Ormond 
6 Jellico Coal Co 

Moseley Intersects 
14 Jackson James (c) 
16 Sanders Charles (c) 
18 Tucker Anna 
22 Woods Eunice (c) 
24 Key Lizzie (c) 
26 Jones Madison (c) 

Riggers Intersects 
32 Mitchell Rosa <ci 

34 Caldwell Cora (c) 

35 Thomas Minerva (c) 

36 Heath Carrie (c) 

37 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

38 Kandy William <o 

39 Steed Adeline (c) 

40 Horton Thomas (c) 

41 Jones John (c) 

Hunter Intersects 

52 Greenway's Dairv 

53 Rice Albert M 

53% Vacant Sept 4, 1912 
67 Branch Arthur B 
71 Reynold Thomas W 

75 Bass James B 

Fair Intersects 

76 Doster Eugene K 

78 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

79 Gavaghan Daniel 

80 Donald John M 

82 Evans John W 

83 Eddleman E Oscar 
Woodward Av Intersects 

94 Oliver Elizabeth P Mrs 

96 Clayton Corinne Mrs 

97 Reynolds Jemima B Mrs 
99 Hardaway William D 

100 Shippey Benjamin H 

102 Beiter Matthew A 

103 Turner Cornelius G 

107 Ford Clarence W 

108 Merk Marion W 

110 McGinley John C 

111 Bradley Thomas D 

114 Hale Annie V Miss 

115 Brown Wilson C 
IIS Gallaher Walter N 
119 Harvard Grover C 

Logan Ends 
122 Climax Saratoga Chip Co 
Leyh Annie Mrs 

125 White James L 

126 Hammett George W 

128 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

129 Bailey Marcus C 

130 Hull Frank A 

133 Trotzier Louis 

134 Bedingfield Joseph Z 

137 Fitts C Oscar 

138 Williams Charles W 

141 Chapel John L 

142 Moore William D 



143 McMonagle Henry A 
145 Tuggle Ella Mrs 
148 Geisberg Adolph 

150 Sewell Jesse A 

151 Mend Louis 

153 Tallent John W 

155 Counts Thomas J 

Bryan Begins 

156 Bedingfield William C 

160 Rutledge Oscar C 

161 Freeman Harry J • 

164 Flowers Mary Mrs 
Tyson H P 

165 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
167 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
170 Terrell William S 

174 Smith Bertha Miss 

175 Freeman William F 

176 Vacant Sept 18. 1912 

179 Fowler Thomas L 

180 Murphy Cornelius P 
Glenn-wood Av Intersects 

185 Bridwell Harriet Mrs 

186 Brady Michael 

190 Whitaker James C 

191 West J Edwin 

194 Cook James I 

195 McDowell Serena Mrs 

198 Vacant Sept 18. 1912 

199 Juett George C 

202 Hilsman Dora Mrs 

203 Pittman Mortimer H 

206 Woodall Fred C 

207 Huffman Rex P 

210 Rice William H Dr 

211 Kirbo Archie L 

214 Rutledge James E 

Sydney Intersects 

215 St Paul M E Church 

216 Schlesinger Mvrus B 
218 Moon Robert f 

226 Goodwin Jamf-s S Rev 
232 Smith James F 
236 Deason Samuel T 

240 Hoffman John F 

St Paul Av Intersects 

241 Mabry Emory S 
245 Cochran Paul D 

247 Morse Jennie A Mrs 

248 Ray Oscar M 
Orleans Av Intersects 

253 Bonnell S Adele Mrs 

254 Farmer Jennie Miss 

256 Warwick William A 

257 Hurtel Gordon N 

258 Roberts Charles H 

260 Roberts Wylie B 

261 Massey George T 
264 Cochran John R P 
267 Huffman Ellen C Mrs 
269 Magbee Thomas G 

274 Hughie Benjamin H 

275 Summers Frank J 
277 Camp Otis T 

279 Meredith & Camp 

280 Terry Frederick J 
"Mill edge Av Intersects 

283 Moore Eugene A 

284 Bradberry John M 
291 McNair Jesse F 

296 Standaland Herbert G 

297 Casey Jesse C 

302 Foster Knight S 

303 Starne's Sanitarium 

304 Dodson Charles E 

307 Pease W C 

308 Wellborn John R 

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Scott William M 
Hunter Joseph H 
Elrod Frank W 
Riddell John T 
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Hieks Eugene C 
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Fraser Benjamin F Rev 
Fluker Eugene R 
Vacant Oct 15, 1912 
Georgia Av Interisectn 
Howell J G & Co (c) 
Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
Chrisenberry Reese L 
Braswell Wesley W 
Heard William E 
Dennard John I 
Minor Charles E 

Pavilion Intersects 
Stewart William F 
Brantley John Q Dr 
Cole Lucetta V Mrs 
Hill Gabriel C 
Peeples Geise 
Tinney Isaac E 
Peeples Claud 
Pioda John 

Featherston Willie Lee Mrs 
Lyons Harry V 

Bass Intersects 
Shivers Harvey C 
Hubert John B 
Walker J Paul 
Fuller John L 
Burke Waldo D 
Davenport Alice M Mrs 
Johnson John S 
Jett Lida Mrs 
Chappell Ernest T 
King Hilary R Dr 
Romer Gleason W 
Augrusta Av Intersects 
Bridges Frank M 
Cason Edward 
y 2 Cain Arthur L 
Mewborn James E 
Rogers L W Co 
Little Ends 
Mewborn Daniel B 
Osborne James J 
Jenkins S Thomas 
Thompson John A 
South Av Ends 
Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
Vacant Sept 17. 1912 
Vacant Nov 1. 1912 
Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
Brooks J Robert 
Hardy Louis F 



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with macadam from Simpson 
to Jones av, granite blocks 
from Jones av to John, macad- 
am from John to Kennedy, 
sewerage and water from 
Simpson to North av 

7 Williamson, James C 

S Edwin, Arthur H 

9 Watson, Julles A 
10 Dildy, William S 
12 Long, John B 
14 Christian Peter L 
16 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
18 Branson Orrin V 

Jones Av Intersects 
28 Ensley Julia M 
30 Higginbotham Jeptha D 
32 Murray George F 

36 Collum J Robert 

37 Martin Henry T 

38 Vacant Oct 7, 1912 

Bush Ends 
Western Av Begins 

39 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

44 Vacant Oct 7. 1912 

45 Fann Mattie E Mrs 
47 Calhoun John (c) 

51 Vacant Oct 7, 1912 

53 Pope George (c) 

Johnson Intersects 

57 Hewingo Hester (c) 

52 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

John Intersects 

54 Emory Ollie (c) 
86 Gather James (c) 

58 Miller Mattie (c) 
90 Miller Dora (c) 

98 Gray Street Schools (c) 
122 Phillips Ceoly (c) 
Kennedy Begins 
' 136 Craddock Robt L (c) 
138 Knowls John T (c) 
140 Hulin Louis (c) 
148 Sims Richard (c) 
150 Johnson George (c) 
150-A Knox Foster (c) 
152 Duffy Leanna (c) 
154 Kennedy Elnora (c) 
156 Powell Janie (c) 
158 Shepperd Joseph (c) 
160 Richerson Ella (c) 
162 White Mary (c) 
164 Green Edward H 
164-A Wilburn Ebenezer 
168 Wilkes Thomas <c> 
172 Kendrick John H 
174 Crawford Eliza (c) 

North Av Intersects 
192 Haster Susan (c) 
194 Duncan Delia (c) 
196 Houston Carrie (c) 
200 Jackson Mattie (c) 




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GREENSFERRY AV, from 65 
Larkin, near 215 Chapel w to 
Gordon, paved with macadam 
from Larkin to Chestnut, rub- 
ble from Ashby to Holderness, 
chert from Holderness to Gor- 
don, sewerage from Larkin to 
Ashby, water from Chapel to 
Ashby 
3-5 Janks Nathan 
8 Jackson Matilda (c) 
10 Hogan Peter P Rev 
15 Harper Martha (c) 
17 Washing-ton Mary (c) 

21 "Westbrooks Lela fc) 

22 Roberts George 

24 Blackman Barlow (c) 

25 Foster Hannah (c) 
26-28 Reed Thomas (c) 
27 Ross John (c) 

29 Hawkins Henry (c) 

31 Beckham James fc) 

32 Rivers Stafford (c) 

32 V 2 Dixon Sarah (c) 

33 Daniel John J Rev (c) 

34 Mapp Mattie fc) 
34y 2 Auld Presley (c) 

35 Walker Lizzie (c) 

36 Jackson Solomon (c) 
36 V 2 Foster Ophelia (c) 

38 Foster John (c) 

38 y 2 Todd Alexander (c) 

39 Heard Florence fc) 

40 Williams John (c) 
40 y 2 Greene Edward fc) 

41 Providence Baptist Ch (c) 

42 Aiken Ella (c) 

42 V z Rogers Thomas (c) 
41 Long Matthew (c) 
47 Lee Andrew (c) 
49 Robison William (c) 

51 Moreland Laura (c) 
51-A Moreland Andrew 

52 Wallace John fc) 

53 Ford Murrv fc) 
53-A Butler Sallie (c) 

54 Beck Walter fc) 

55 Henderson James G 

56 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

57 Brown Henry fc) 

58 Baugh William H (c) 

59 Collins Earlie (a) 
10 Echols Mary (c) 
61 Kev Isaiah <e) 
62-A Scott Daniel fc) 
62-B Johnson Neilie fc) 
62-C Stephens Lela (c) 
62-D Maxwell Alice fc) 

63 Pittman Edwin (c) 

64 Latham Richarl (c) 

66 Jones Lela ( o.) 

67 Leslie Henry fc) 

Villard Ends 
Holland Ends 

74 Adkinson Washington 

75 Moyer Isaac P (c) 

76 Govan Jacob fc) 



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78 Crawford Katherine fc) 

80 Childs Sallie (c) 

81 Searcy William fc) 

Dora Ends 

82 Pearce Bettie (c) 
84 Griggs William fc) 
86 Keith Emma (c) 

88 Mapp John M (c) 

89 Hill Annie fc) 

90 Williams Eliza (c) 

91 Little Joseph (c) 

92 Porter Benjamin F Rev fc) 
92A Burks Chaney fc) 

93 Hill Lizzie fc) 

94 Chambless Charles fc) 
94-A Chambliss William fc) 

95 James Jackson fc) 

96 Marchman LaFayette fc) 

97 Smith Ellen (c) 

100 Smith Sanders (c) 

101 Holland Susie (c) 

102 Pryor Walter fc) 

103 Walker Amos fc) 

Humphries Ends 
105 Greene Lula fc) 
107 Pratt John fc) 
109 Garner Susie fc) 
111 Jenkins Edward fc) 
113 Howard George fc) 
115 Green Julia Mrs 

Roach Begins 
127 Dunlap Roan (c) 
129 Reed Buck fc) 
133 Schroeder Herman 
Battle Begins 
137-39 Hirsch Asa 
141 Wilson Joseph fc) 
143 Williams John fc) 
145 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
147 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
149 Shiloh Baptist Church (c) 

Lawshe Begins 
153 Barnett Hattie fc) 
Mildred Ends 
181 Phillips Ella (c) 
193 Arnold William J fc) 

Chestnut Begins 
199 Kaufman Gussie 
Culver Ends 

204 Beavers Benjamin fc) 

205 Stanford Henry (c) 

206 Martin Maggie fc) 

208 Smith Luther P fc) 

209 Y W C A fc) 

Seventh Day Adv M Sch fc) 
Seventh Day Adv Ch fc) 

210 Blue Julia (c) 

212 Etcherson Joseph S fc) 

213 Quin Amanda (c) 

Henry Intersects 

223 Lamar Edward fc) 

224 Carpenter Annie (c) 

230 Lewis Emma 

231 Kaufman Max 

234 Emerson Thomas fc) 

237 St Matthais Episcopal Ch 

238 Tillman S Alfred fc) 

Lee Intersects 

240 Washington Emma fc) 

241 Simmons Amaziah fc) 

242 Butler John C fc) 

243 Henry Jacob (c) 

244 Hamilton John (c) 

244 y 2 Hill John fc) 

245 Calloway Gus fc) 

246 Hancock John T fc) 
248 Stevenson May (c) 



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VVelborn Detains 

Eley George (c) 
Lipscomb Shelton McD 
Galer Oscar 
Wells Wesley (c) 
Scott Lena (c) 
Camp William (c) 
Greenbaum Edward 
Tonsill Whitt (c) 
Johnson Amanda (c) 
Echols Raymond (c) 
Braswell Lucy (c) 
Henderson Benjamin (c) 
Weems Thomas (c) 
Perrin Hattie (c) 

Bowie Hi-Kin* 
Hardway Sidney (c) 
Drake Carrie (c) 
Armstrong Clara (c) 
Pinkney William (c) 
Jackson John (c) 
Reardon Mamie (c) 
Swann Josie (c) 

Ashby I n ti-rii'i-t* 
Breen Charles A 
Bullock Mathew W (c) 

Abbott Intersects 
Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

Lanton Begins 
Eubanks Julia Mrs 

Bosser Endo 
Todd R Marshall 

Holderness Begins 
Alleyn Adelia B Mrs 
IAN By Intersects 
Frazier Talley (c) 
Freeman Raymond (c) 
Herren S W 



GREEXSFERRY AV (Battle 

Hill), continuation of Greens- 
ferry av 
Chiekamauga Av Intersects 

69 Chambers John W 

70 Saine Julia Mrs 
7 2 Dunne Edward 
74 Eves Mary Mrs 
76 Houston Evert C 
78 Lomax Walter E 

Wellington Intersects 
80 Mitchell George L 

82 Dollar William E 

83 Burke Henrv H 

84 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
86 Maner Joseph F 

88 Jordan John A 

90 Summers Brown J 

. 90-B Peurifoy John L 

91 Smith Vasar V Mrs 

92 Watkins Allan D 

Joe Johnson Av Intersects 

93 Johnson Walter 

94 McLartv Marvin W Dr 
96 Farmer William T 

98 Walker Samuel 

Racine Begins 
100 Pack Samuel - 

104 Bussey R E Mrs 

105 Wilson Annie Miss 



GREENWICH, from 10 Peeples 
w to Inman, 1 n of Lucile av, 
sewerage from Lawton to 
Holderness and Dargan to At- 
wood 

93 Stevenson Amaziah D 
97 Stengis George L 



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Sanders William S 
Hentz Hal F 
Dance George P 
Smith Emily E Miss 
Edwards George T 
Levy William H 
Gilbert William E 
Vacant Nov 16, 1912 
Seivers Frederick A 
Murray Rowland W 
Joiner John C 
Lyon Richard F 
Anderson Glenn W 
Craig Jefferson D 
Lee Harcourt 
Baker Charles H 
Robinson William F 

Holderness Intersects 
White Frances O 

Atwood Intersects 
Bowers Rigsby Mrs 
Fitzgerald Robert E 
Cason Charles D 
Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
Childs Abbott E 
Manning Haden B 
Ogletree Annie (c) 



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GREENWOOD AV, from 619 N 
Boulevard e to Highland av, 
paved with macadam, water 
and sewerage throughout 
Simmons Thomas L 
4 McLeod Minnie L Mrs 
20 Vacant Sept 12. 1912 

24 Hanhard Robert W 

25 Alexander Sallie S Mrs 

28 Fair John F 

29 Vacant Sept 12. 1912 
32 Taylor William R 

Yedado Way Intersects 
34 McLeod Wilfred L 

40 Walker Herbert Y 

41 Sims Hattie L Mrs 

43 Bayliss Silas E 

44 Lemmond W Homer 
48 Huff Ernest H 

72 Thrasher William W J 

73 Baker Samuel C 

74 Thomas George S 

75 Isey Frederick W 
79 Williams Reuben A 
83 Collins Charles R 

85 Collins Joseph S 

86 Armstrong Dallas D 

89 Davies James A 

Governor Intersects 

90 Crenshaw Charles B 

91 Vinson George A Dr 
93 Cotton Marion 

97 Waters John J 

101 Whitaker C Courtlaml Jr 

102 Swarlingen Charles M 

105 Harris Egerton S 

106 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
110 Vacant Sept 11. 1912 

Lakevlew Av Intersects 
Southern By Intersects 
156 Austin Bros 

Bonnventiire Ends 
262 Todd John C 

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GREENWOOD AV — Cont'd 

328 Thurman William M 

329 Vacant Sept 5. 1912 
333 Jones James L 

345 Scherger Herman B 
353 Puckett Collis W 
379 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

Frederica Ends 
383 Hair William C 
415 Patterson Griffith W 
4 23 Brownlee Warren J 
428 Huff Columbus 
Ryan John 

431 Sims John W 

432 McCoy Charles J 
Barnhart Sarah Mrs 

436 Dunlap Joel B 

436 Turner William H 

439 Aird Walter J 

467 Scheffer Mary Mrs 



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GREGG, from 17 Ira w to White- 
hall Terrace, 1 s of Rawson 
10 Connor William (c) 
12 Spinkster Katie (c) 
16 Garden Sallie <c) 
19 Scott Ella <c) 

23 Dixon William (c) 

24 Daniel Elijah C Rev 
26 Stanton Albert (c) 




GRESHAM, from 435 Luckie e to 
169 Fowler, 1 s of North av 
sewerage from Venable to 
Fowler, water throughout 
12 Cook Thomas M 
16 Harper Welmer D 
18 English Thomas H 

21 Neal George A 

VenabJe Enils 

22 James Frank 

23 Webb Margaret H Mrs 

25 Smith William G 

26 Lieupo William T 

29 Pavne James A 

30 Holt Charles C 

32 Smith Charles A 

33 Sweat Frank M 

McAfee Intersects 
37 Tames Charles 
41 Welch Gustavus T 
43 Gillis Neal A 



GRESS AV, from Home av s to 
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GRIFFIN (see Majestic av), 
from 395 W Hunter n to Expo- 
sition Mills, paved with ma- 
cadam, sewerage from Magno- 
lia to Fox, water from Hunter 
to Foundry and Simpson to 
Bellwood av 
5 Gober Marlin C 

7 Murdock Kelly C 

8 Blasingame Ira M 

9 Jackson Jesse J 

11 Maxwell William F 

12 Burge Robert P 

14 Bennett Lewis 

15 Wilmoth James V 

16 Landers John K 

17 Harris Joseph M 

Fox Intersects 
21 Gannon Hassie Mrs 
Jones Av Intersects 



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Gilbert John (c) 
Honea Robert H 
Epperson P Smith 
Grant Edward D (c) 
Jones Ella (c) 
Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
Atl Nor & Ind Institute (c) 
Corbin William J 
Vacant Sept 16. 1912 

Neal Intersects 
Chitwood R J 
Stinson Richard D Rev (c) 

Jett Intersects 
Sigman Henry C 
Chastain Joseph V 
Boartfield Jacob S 
A Patrick John L 
B Meadows Minor G 
Wilson Callie M 
A Willoughby George 
B Entriken James 
Bell William F 
Coleman Charles C 
Nails William M 
Higgins Reese B 
Saye Daniel 
Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

Kennedy Intersects 
Gattis William B 
Carlsen Alfred M 
Lyle W Fletcher 
Stricklin Lemuel M 
Laughead Mathias B 
>Ie Idrmii Intersects 
McWaters John W 
Knabe George A 
Huff J Robert 
Mullins William F 
McKinney James A 
Cole Charles 
Padgett William 
Jenkins Charles W 
Hamilton Luther 
Vinson Mary (c) 
Ware John (c) 
Padgett Sarah E Mrs 

North Av Intersects 
Turner Wilkes (c) 
Barrett Green T 
Barrett Robert P 
Craton Joseph W 
Shepherd Richard C 
Anderson George E 
Rinehart James B 

D'Alvigny Intersects 
Dorsey William H 
Griswell Henry L 
Arnold Henry J 
A Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
Baker Henry N 
Portermand S C 
Vacant Sept 16, 1912 



GROVE, from Dillon n to Hemp- 
hill av, 2 e of Howell Mill rd, 
sewerage Tenth to Ethel 

1 Griffith Oscar E 

3 Ford Wiley S 

5 Kenedy John F 

8 Vacant Sept 11. 1912 
10 Wilson Lula (c) 
14 Moseley Maggie (c) 
20 Phinezee Alexander (c) 

22 Young Fannie (c) 

Exposition Intersects 

23 Moseley Benjamin (c) 

25 Hill Samuel (c) 

26 Watts Eliza (c) 



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Wilson Marion (c) 
Asbury Thomas (c) 
Wilson Daniel (c) 
Clark Levia (c) 
Bland Mattie (c) 
Brown Hettie (c) 
Woods Robert (c) 
Williams William 
Cosby Mary (c) 
Hennessy Edgar (c) 
Green Eliza (c) 

Tenth Intersects 
I : in in <- 1 1 Intersects 
Johnson Hattie (c) 
Moody Anna (c) 
Boyd Lawrence (c) 
Jones Samuel (c) 
Williams Annie tc) 
Lattimore Mollie (c) 
Brown John (c) 
Simpson Arthur (c) 
Nelson James (c) 
Austin James (c) 
Edgehill av Intersects 
Gerard Av Intersects 
Kennedy Guy W 
Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
Sledge Robert A 
Wofford Claude 
Wallace Charles J 
Echols James B 
Ethel Ends 
Wilson Thomas C 
Lively John (c) 
Whiting Maud Mrs 
Maddox George J 



GROVE PARK, address mail 
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6ROVELAND AV, from Trabert 
n to Forrest st, 4 e of Hemp- 
hill av 



GUNBY PLACE, from 628 Deca- 
tur n to 560 Edgewood av, 1 
w of Krogg, sewerage and 
water throughout 



GL'YTOX, from Oxford av n to 
Fourth, 1 e of Ponders av 
Third X at 10 
1 Ivey, Joseph S 
3 Wilson Claud E 

5 Foney Frederick L 

6 Maner William B 

8 Lichtensteln Max 

9 Mitchell John T 
10 Perry Mary S Mrs 

Third Intersects 
12 Erwin Walter 

14 McNeely Harvev 

15 Perry John C 

17 Campbell Gladys Mrs 



HAAS AV, from McPherson av s 
to New East Lake rd, 1 e of 
S Moreland av 
17 Berry Carev W 
20 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

Metropolitan Av Intersects 
72 Morris Lee 

75 Pattillo Wavne 

76 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
80 Tribble John C 

84 Minor Horace W 

87 Harmon W Randolph 

88 Burge Thaddeus G 



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HABERSHAM ROAD, located, in 

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HAGER'S ALLEY, from 576 De- 
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HALE, from Ashland av 
Lake av, Inman Park 
25 Chewning David 
27 Dickson Herbert 
31 Ginn Robert T 
43 Bennett George D 
47 Bodeker Frederick F 
49 Doster Charles M 
65 Jones Wayman R 
96 Morgan Oscar 
98 Whitten Lemuel L 
100 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 



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HAMILTON (Cook's District), on 
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HAMMOCK PLACE, from 198 
Fraser e to Martin, 1 n of 
Richardson, water throughout 



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mond, same description 

7 Thomas James (c) 

9 Clarke Joseph (c) 

10 Davis Lucas (el 

11 Gunn Laura (c) 

13 Rowland William (c) 

14 Cooper Malinda <c> 
14-A Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

15 Clark Mamie (c) 

16 Johnson Ida (c) 

17 Williams Lena (c) 

19 Andrews Sallie (c) 

20 Brown Bessie (c) 

21 Winston Harrv (c) 

23 Kidd Wallace (c) 

24 Moore William <c> 

25 Boone John H <c> 
27 Slaton Fannie (c) 
29 Bolton Mary (c) 

31 Penn Nellie (c) 

31-A Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

32 Johnson Rosa (ci 

33 Reed John T (c) 

34 Sweeney Mary (e> 

35 Randolph Janie (c) 

36 Hill Ola (c) 

37 Green Isaac (ci 

38 Brown Leila <c> 

39 Griffin John (c) 

40 Plant John (c) 

41 Mobley Susie (c) 
43 Martin Edie (c) 
45 Scott Gussie fc» 
47 Davis Maggie <c) 

49 Watkins Fannie Bell <e> 

51 Wilson Geneva ici 



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5 Troy Robert H 

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10 Merry Edwin C 



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Atlanta 1744 



HAMPTON, from 907 Marietta n 
to Hemphill av, 1 w of Curran 

4 Seymour Eli H 

5 Langley Henry H 
10 Herndon Edward 
12 Haygood James 
14 Adams Edgar 

Bradley Av Intersects 
28 Osborn Charles C 
31 Daniel Joseph P 
33 Cook Benjamin M 
35 Holcombe Sarah A Mrs 
37 Mathis William H 

39 Donald William C 

Dillon Intersects 

40 Bohler William L 

43 Harris William A 

44 Gray John R 

45 Howell Charles C 

46 McCutcheon William D 

50 Coefield Thomas S 

51 Dickson Willis T 

52 Evans John J 

53 James John D 

55 Vacant Sept 11. 1912 

56 Jones Joseph D 

57 Sadler John 

58 Hicks Ollie Miss 
60 Hicks H Bartow 

63 Haygood Benjamin D 

64 Pfannkuche Robert H 
67 Bailey Robert A 

69 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

70 Jones Richard 

71 McCall Henrietta (c) 
72-74 Waddell William T 

75 Howard James A 

76 Shaw David A 

Exposition Intersects 

77 Maddox Thomas 
7S Gray Henry 

79 Wells Thomas B 

80 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

81 Mullinax David R 

82 Bradshaw Allie C 

83 Waddell William T 

84 Moore Thomas 

85 Evans Clarence A 

86 Roach Georgiana Mrs 

88 Barton Minnie Mrs 

89 Sweat Z Jackson 
91 Moore George A 

93 Armour Charles E 

94 Maddux A Lee 

98 Jones David H 

99 Moore James 
100 Brown H H 
105 Jenkins Ida (c) 
10S North John H <c) 



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Daniels Gustavus (c) 
Irvin Nathan (c) 
Mathews Joseph P 
Fenley Margaret E 
Waddell Byrd 
Swann Rufus W 
Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
Carroll Newton C 
Duke William H 
Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
Cox James R 
Daniel Gus (c) 

Tenth Intersects 
Mason Thomas L 
Chrisler Hattie (c) 
Smith Henry (c) 
Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
Grennor John A 
Nichols George B 
Maxwell James G 
Martin John 
Swain James 
Puckett Robert M 
Singleton Samuel S 
Kilpatrick William R 
Smith Martin D 
Nichols Lemuel O 
Groce Curtis L 
Castleberry Thomas 
Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
Martin Walter A 
Plaster Thomas A 

Gerard Av Ends 
Grennor Frederick I 
Walkins R Dosia 
Thomas Ellis B 
Wofford August W 



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HAMPTON AV, from 8 Boule- 
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wood), near Candler Station 



HANOVER, from Belt Line R R 
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H\NSEL,L, from 164 Park av e to 
366 S Boulevard. 2 s of Glenn- 
wood av, paved with rock and 
chert throughout 
17 Kellv Manon O 

21 Winslett Luther R 

22 Simmons Charles C 
30 Nixon Thomas 



HAPEVIL.LE, GA, 8 miles s of 
Atlanta, take street cars 
marked "Hapeville" at corner 
Alabama and Forsyth sts 



HAPEVILLE JUNCTION, on Col- 
lege Park car line at southern 
limits of East Point 



HARALSON CROSSING, on Col- 
lege Park car line 

HARDEE, s from Seaboard av to 
city limits, 3 s of DeKalb av, 
sewerage from Seaboard to 
Moreland av 

2 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

3 Duncan Joseph 
57 McDonald John 
76 Brown Robert R 

78 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 



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397 
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399 

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402 
403 
406 
408 
431 

433 
434 
435 
437 



Laseter John T 
Drake Ollie 
Scott Samuel (c) 
Reese Moses (c) 
Seal John (c) 
Pritchett Joseph (c) 
Barnes Lula (c) 
Jones Samuel D 
Moreland Av lnler»n-l» 
Barnes Samuel (c) 
Berry William (c) 
Williams Easter (c) 
Norwood William (c) 
Phillips J Davis (c) 
Pritchett Hansel (c) 
Wright Tillman (c) 
Allen Oscar (c) 
Akin Daniel W 
Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
Dunn Daniel (c) 
Williams Mannon W 
Acree Jackson L 
White Eugene H 
Waites Seaborn P 
Benden Louis 
Gill James A 
Gill Walter M 
Hurston Pleasure (c) 
Scruggs Joseph (c) 
White Daniel (c) 
Glass John (c) 
Howard John (c) 
Norington Eugene (c) 
Hill Andrew (c) 
Gresham Jonah M Rev (c) 
Lofton Elbert M (c) 
Gresham Jonah (c) 
Clopton Randall (c) 
Barnes Joseph (c) 
Beulah Baptist Church (c) 
Fugh John (c) 

Wesley Begin.* 
Fowler Bryant (c) 
Goldsmith Rosa (c) 
Riser Andrew (c) 
Paschal Frank W Rev (c) 
Lattimore James (c) 
Guthran Seaborn (c) 
Gossypium Intersects 
Benn Zena (c) 
Barnes John (c) 
Lackey Joseph (c) 
A M E Church (c) 



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HARDEN, from 450 E Fair s to 
Glennwood av, 1 e of Hill. 
sewerage throughout 
10 Swanson Minnie Mrs 

18 Clower Lula E Mrs 
18% Smith John T 

19 Standard Robert H 

20 Branch Edward E 

21 Standard Frank G 

25 Carpenter John A 

26 Jones Frederick R 
Woodward Av Intersects 

46 Wallace William E fc) 

Logan Intersects 
69 Hinton James (c) 
73 McLendon Kate (c) 
SI Hambrick Jake (c) 
83 Baugh Victoria (c) 
93 Carter Ella (c) 
95 Collier James (c) 
100 Sims Thomas (c) 



HARDENDORF AV, from Mc- 
Lendon n to Ponce de Leon av. 



1 e of Clifton av, Druid Hills 
32 Burnett Samuel 
34 Hooper Thomas W 
129 Sasser William H 



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HARDWICK, Lakewood Heights 
located in Capit< 1 



HARMAJI, 

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HARMAN, from Lee to Church 

HAROLD, from Lynes av e to S 
Moreland av, 1 s of Eden av 



HAROLD AV, from McLendon w 
to Ponce de Leon av, 2 e of 
Clifton av, Druid Hills 



HAROLD AV, from 119 Pearl e 
to S Delta Place, 3 n of E Fair, 
sewerage and water through- 
out 
9 Harper, Vesta J 

11 Pergantis Stephen D 

12 Pittman William F 

15 Pagsdale John E 

16 New Darling S 

19 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

20 Cheek William B 

23 Jones Major A 

24 Wellborn Joseph H 

26 Dudley James H 

27 Pharr William F 

28 Ferguson Thomas 
35 McAlpin Alonzo 
37 Faulkner Charles R 

44 Taylor John L 

45 McMakin Emma Mrs 

46 Chappell William J 

47 Cash Preston D 
52 Deal Samuel P 
54 Royal James H 
58 Johnson Alonzo C 
65 Guffin Alfred S 



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HARRALSON AV, from 996 De- 
Kalb av n to Alta av, 1 w of 
Moreland av, sewerage and 
water throughout 
17 McCollum Charles J 
IS Osgood Harry H 

21 Brewer Edward D 

22 Wade John W Jr 

26 Flemister Launcelot J 
28 Perkins Nelson W 
34 Taylor Andrew J 
38 Maddox William A 



HARRIET AV, from Clifton av e 
to Harold av, Druid Hills 



HARRIS, from 243 Peaehtree e 
to 2S4 Fort and w to 16S 
Luckie, 1 n of Cain, paved with 
granite block from Luckie to 
Piedmont av. macadam Pied- 
mont av to Butler, sewerage 
from Hayden to Spring' and 
Ivy to Fort, water from Luckie 
to Fort 

Going East 
•: Joe Hoey 

14 I'niversalist Church 

15 Smith Charles H 

18 Ervin Robert A 

19 Varnell John W 

22 Watson Mat tie L Mrs 



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E HARRIS — Cont'd 


156 


Thomas Emma (c) 


23 


Gunn Laura E Mrs 


159 


Vacant Sept 21, 1912 


25 


Upson Clarence S 


159 y 2 Gibbs Peter (c) 


26 


Palmer John R Dr 


160 


Eberhart Fleming (c) 


27 


Faires Carl F 


161 


Falmon Jacob 


29 


May Hattle Mrs 


162 


Charolambides Charles 


30 


Vacant Sept 24, 1912 




Butler Intersects 


31 


Christopher Helen Mrs 


164 


Brown Timothy (c) 




Ivy Intersects 




Wood Sarah (c) 


37 


Peters Augustus J 


165 


Mt Olive Baptist Church (c) 


39 


Wickham Alonzo 


166 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


41 


Eppsie Frank 


166 y 2 Johnson Gertrude (c) 


43 


Omeara Margaret Mrs 


167 


Hogan Thomas (C) 


40 


-44 Georgian Apartments 


168 


Wallace Maggie (c) 




McGee Harry 


168 y 2 Smith Henry (c) 




Nixon Florence Mrs 


169 


Woodward Hattie (c) 




Reynolds Louise Mrs 


170 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 




Hunnicutt T Alice Miss 


170 y 2 Strickland Howard (c) 




Smith Van B 


171 


Merrit Anthony (c) 




Lee William F 


172 


Scott William M (c) 




Skaggs Joseph E 


173 


Mills Thomas M (c) 


45 


Russell Eugene A 


175 


Hill David (c) 


46 


Perry Solomon (c) 


176 


Howard Charles (c) 


51 


Vacant Sept 27. 1912 


179 


Warren Charles (c) 


52 


Bone Bertie Miss 


180 


Thomas James J (c) 


54 


Moninger Christopher 


181 


Ramsey Virginia (c) 


58 


Johnson John 


182 


Young Charles H Rev (c) 


59 


Hummel Louis E 


183 


Horton Rufus H (c) 


60 


Halley Mary Mrs 


184 


Nolen West (c» 


63 


Elliott John R 


185 


Bledsoe Joseph (c) 


64 


Davis Richard 


186 


Ward Olen (c) 


66 


Goodrich David S 


188 


Warren William (c) 


67 


Robinson Mary A Mrs 


189 


Deal Jettie (c) 




Courtland Intersects 


190 


Sitton Robert (c) 


79 


Davis Margaret H Mrs 


191 


Little Archie (c) 


81 


Barber Clinton E 


192 


Scott John W (c) 


91 


Loflin Maude Mrs 


193 


Partee Wallace (c) 


95 


Clower Thomas J 


194 


Chapman Jackson (c) 




Clo^vers Alley Begins 


195 


Walker Katherine (c) 


101 


Battle Virginia (c) 


196 


Davis Robert T (c) 


103 


Daniel Essie (ci 


197 


Brown Hodges (c) 


105 


Battle Kate (c) 


198 


Pruden William B (c) 


106 


Benton Harriet (c) 


199 


Maddox John (c) 


108 


Benton Thomas (c) 


201 


Harris William (c) 


109 


Graves Mamie (c) 


203 


Loyd Henry (c) 


110 


Maddox Priscilla (c) 


204 


McGee Andrew (c) 


111 


Sherman Hattie (c) 


205 


Davis Martin B (c) 


113 


Usher Elizabeth (c) 


206 


Hill Calvin (c) 


115 


Goldberg Jacob 


207 


Chaires Richard (c) 




Piedmont Av Intersects 


208 


McCune Ella (c) 


121 


Butler George (c) 


209 


Thomas Donald W (c) 


122 


Vacant Sept 6. 1912 




Going West 


122y 2 Thomas "Daniel (c) 


7 


Capital City Club 


123 


Green Cornelius (c) 


15 


Chesterfield Apartments 


124 


Foster Edward (c) 


22 


Couper James H 


125 


Holley Alice (c) 


23 


South Clifford A 


126 


Rivers Delsey (c) 


29 


Bagwell Mary E Mrs 


131 


Fowell Henry (c) 


30 


Harris St Presbyterian Ch 


132 


Johnson Nancy (c) 




Spring Intersects 


132y 2 Jones Henry (c) 


33 


Thompson Oscar W 


133 


Ogletree Florence (c) 


41 


Eady Thomas J 


134 


Franklin Martha (o 


43 


Macy Clara Miss 


135 


Sells Annie (c) 


45 


Nield Edward E 


137 


Gunn Amos <et 


49 


Aycock James E 


138 


Broomfield Mariah <c) 


52 


Drake Archibold L 


139 


Butler Silvey (c) 


54 


Blalock J Ross 


141 


Ray Mollie (c) 


55 


Smith John A 


142 


Rowland George (c) 


56 


Richards Reginald L 


143 


Mumphries Tweed (c) 


60 


Grinnell Melvin M 


144 


Chapman Watson (c) 


61 


Wells Hattie I Mrs 


145 


Jones Charles (c) 


63 


Miller Joseph A 


147 


Vacant Sept 21, 1912 


64 


Bailey Hugo R 


148 


Rowland Carrie (c) 




Williams Intersects 


151 


Lumpkin Winnie (c) . 


65 


Smith Mary E Mrs 


152 


Reeds James (c) 




Smith Alexander C 


153 


Lovejoy Irene (c) 


67 


McKibben Claude A 


154 


Taylor Sallie (c) 


69 


Vacant Sept 30, 1912 


155 


Bates Alonzo B (c) 


71 


Pearce George T 



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72 Brown Abner 


HAWK, Lakewood Heights 


• 74 Webb Thomas M 








75 George John H 


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76 Williams Elizabeth A Mrs 


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78 Douglas Edgar J 


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79-A Holmes William H 








79-B Dobbs William L 


HA YD Luc 


79-C Castro Louis M 


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79-D Downey Harry R 


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82 Smith Lena M Mrs 


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83 Harris William W 


from Luckie to Powers 


83-A Roberts Mary E Mrs 


1 


Tucker, Mary Mrs 


Harris St Alley Intersects 


3 


Norris William N 


84 Witt John D 


5 


Sweat William S 


85 Thomas Sarah S Mrs 


7 


Vacant Sept 26, 1912 


89 Lowndes John P 


16 


Goss Lula M Mrs 


91 Herndon Horace C 


18 


Wischmeyer Frederick W 


95 McLaughlin Aurelia M Mrs 




Harris Intersects 


(trine Intersects 


19 


Lewis Sarah Mrs 


100 Trippe Lawrence C 


20 


Vacant Sept 26, 1912 


101 Beutell Huss M 


22 


Smith William M 


103 Tilden Gussie J Mrs 


23 


Vacant Sept 28, 1912 


104 Moulton Harry E 


28 


Cox Robert S 


105 Sharp James H 


29 


Galloway Sloan W 


108 Vacant Sept 23, 1912 


30 


North Maggie J Mrs 


109 Hosey W Parks 


31 


Echols William R 


110-A Burke Marvin J 


32 


Gartner John W 


110-B Aucoin Charles J 


35 


Boyer Alexander H 


110-C Shivers Edward L 


36 


Holsey Stacy D 


110-D Curbow Mary E Mrs 


38 


Eisman Jacob 


115 Brooks H Carlton 


41 


Roach James L 


116 Bell Mary J Mrs 


44 


Rowland Thad E 


117 Stark Sidney E Mrs 




Raker Intersects 


Wesley Alley Intersects 


45 


Hanlon Patrick 


122 Smith John 


49 


Smith William P 


123 Gooding Harry 


50 


Vacant Sept 26, 1912 


126 Coggins Lula Mrs 


51 


Karr Susie Mrs 


127 Smith James S 


53 


Llorens Julia Mrs 


128 Hodgens James M 


54 


Vacant Sept 26, 1912 


Hayden Intersects 


57 


Vacant Sept 26, 1912 


129 Day Ella Mrs 


58 


Carvel Mollie Mrs 




61 
62 


Tribble Mary Miss 
King Amanda Mrs 


HARRISON ROAD, on Hapeville 


car line 


65 


Miller Walter B 




66 
68 


Menn Orien O 
Maddox Charles B 


HARRISON'S ALLEY, from But- 


ler w half block between De- 


69 


Barrow John P 


catur and Gilmer 


70 
HAY 


Brooks Ohlen R 


HART'S DRIVE (O C), from Mil- 


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ton Drive e to Jonesboro road 


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HARTFORD AV, from Oakland 


GOOD ALLEY, from 576 


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Decatur n, 1 e of Bradley 


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Turner av w to L & N R R, 


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1 


Sellers Joseph 


14 Smith James T 


5 


Hinton Charles A 


15 Spencer William A 


7 


Askew J Hardy 


16 Sossaman Frederick H 


18 


Honea Albert C 


18 Lacy Vina Mrs 


20 


Ahrens William F 


21 Vacant .Sept 5, 1912 




Fnlrvlew Av Intersects 


22 Barnes William M 


21 


Vacant Sept 20. 1912 


23 Harrison Walter R 


22 


Williams Harry F 


25 Waller Rupert R 


23 


Stroud Herman H 


26 Wigley James R 


2 4 


Key Charitv Mrs 


27 Lemming Clarence H 


25 


Davis Wade H 


30 Speight George W 


26 


Delay Charles L 


Ashby Intersects 


27 


Stroud M Bruce 


56 Butler William T 




Sylvan Av Intersects 


60 Wade John A 


35 


Crusselle William H 


80 Parris E Franklin 


36 


Elson Aizi 




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Crusselle A Clifford Dr 




HARWELL PLACE, from 605 


39 


Hull Lee E 


Marietta to 16 Corput 




Fern Av Intersects 


24 Smith T L Co The 


41 


Yancey George P 



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HAYGOOD AV — Cont'd 
47 Woodward Lucius (c) 
87 Julian Zack (c) 

Violet Av Intersects 

91 Huggins Jackson (c) 

97 Ellyen William (c) 

98 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

99 Grimes Emanuel (c) 

100 Barfield Gus (c) 

101 Adams William (c) 

102 Todd West (c) 

103 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
112 Cody Frances (c) 

115 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 



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HAYNES, from 117 Peters n to 
312 Simpson, 1 w of Mangum, 
paved with granite blocks 
from Peters to Foundry, ma- 
cadamized from Foundry to 
Simpson, sewerage from Peters 
to Walker and Mitchell to 
Simpson, -water throughout 
4V2 Moore A Duncan 
6 Smith Georgia (c) 
8 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

11 Kreis Charles 

12 Busby James W 

13 Duke William A 
15 Rosenberg Samuel 

17 Minsk Samuel 

18 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

19 Sicro Reuben 

20 Henderson Logan H 
22 Rosenberg Max 

25 Burned 

26 Futrell Emma Miss 

27 Byrne Mary G Mrs 

28 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
• 29 Minsk Abraham 

Walker Intersects 
Nelson Intersects 
40 Anderson William (c) 
54 Chapman Mollie (c) 
64 Williamson Agnes (c) 

66 Mosely Annie (c) 

67 Adams Maud (c) 

68 Milton Edward (c) 

69 Pritchett Julia (c) 

71 Smith Martha A (c) 

72 Cato Sarah (c) 

73 Hopgood Cue (c) 

74 Allen Frank (c) 

75 Milan William (c) 
77 Stamps Celia (c) 

79 Empire Smithing Co 
Chapel Intersects 

82 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

83 Varnes James (c) 

84 Gate City Coffin Co 
86 Brennan Mary (c) 

88 Lawrence Sellie (c) 

89 Moten Estelle (c) 

90 Day Emma (c) 

91 Bankston Minnie (c) 

92 Kibbell Frank (c) 

93 Jackson Evelyn (c) 

95 Glass Nathan (c) 

96 Willis Edward (c) 

Dover Intersects 

97 Moore Ethan (c) 

98 Armstrong Ruth (c) 

104 Frederick Henderson (c) 

Markham Intersects 
106 Boss Louis 



108 Riley Agnes (c) 

111 Wise Luke (c) 

112 Hill Lena (c) 

113 Randall Lizzie (c) 

115 Banks John (c) 

116 Jones Benjamin F (c) 

117 Harris Annie (c) 

Miller's Alley Begins 

119 Harron Walter (c) 

120 Parkes Spot (c) 

124 Anderson Lucy (c) 

125 Reynolds John R (c) 

126 Holmes Emma (c) 

127 Pinkleton Houise (c) 

Mitchell Intersects 
142-144 Metzger Mattress Co 
146-148 Sullivan & Co 

Hunter Intersects 
154 Bradley Charles G 
160 Thornton Cary H 
164 Clark Jefferson D 
168 McClendon Robert W 
178 Gaines Lula Mrs 
182 Lane Charles W 
188 Arrowood Silas W Dr 
192 Neighbors Hattie Mrs 
194-96 Simmons Remedy Co 
200 Kennon Sallie P Mrs 
204 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
208 Rankin Vance O 

Rhodes Intersects 
216 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
222 Bennett Andrew J 

227 Hutson John (c) 

228 Brewster Samuel 
231 Benton John (c) 
233 Boyd Maurice (c) 
337 Dodd Robert E 
239 Medlock James W 
241 Johnson Samuel (c) 

Magnolia Intersects 
245 Truitt Marie (c) 
248 Simms Ella (c) 

251 Ballinger James (c) 

252 Brown Jerry (c) 

255 Jackson Rena (c) 

256 Randall James W (c) 

257 Oliver Mattie (c) 
259 Worrill William (c) 
261 Bridge Lula (c) 

264 Overton Blanch (c) 

265 James Julia (c) 

267 Cain Robert (c) 

268 Mathews Annie (c) 
270 King Love D (c) 
287 Holley Martha (c) 
289 Bush Charles (c) 

Foundry Intersects 
294 Walton Mary (c) 
296 Williams Mary (c) 
298 Norwood Ras (c) 

300 Vacant Oct 19, 1912 

301 Stables 

302 Vacant Oct 19, 1912 

304 Ingram Zola (c) 

305 Vacant Oct 19, 1912 

306 Glass Julia (c) 

307 Douglas John (c) 

308 Felman Rose (c) 

309 Jenkins Hattie (c) 

310 Jenkins Thomas (c) 

311 Benjamin Lillie (c) 

312 Vacant Oct 19, 1912 
314 Brown Jane (c) 

316 Vacant Oct 19, 1912 
315-17 Vacant Oct 19, 1912 
320 Norwood Albert (c) 
322 Rogers Ralph (c) 



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326 Clayton Hattie (c) 

Tburuiond Intersects 
Maya KimIn 

A B & A Ry im.-r.s4-i is, 
339 Pharr Benjamin Y 
343 Durham Willie (c) 
Rock Intersects 
352 Jackson Mattie (c) 
358 Brown Elias C 

364 Smith Charles M 

365 Crawford James (c) 

366 Simmons Lewis T 

Tyler Intersects 
368 Harris Edwin C 

Wright Cecil E 
372 Stallings Roy H 
382 Martin Louise (c) 



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HEMPHILL AV, from 205 W 
North av n w beyond limits to 
waterworks, paved with ma- 
cadam throughout, water from 
Luckie to waterworks 

2 Comer Ransom H 
17 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
19 Moses Russell (c) 
21 Bullard Miles M 
28 Atlanta Waterworks 

Plum Intersects 
48 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
63 Shaw Elbert G 

Third Intersects 

154 Allen Augustus G 

156 Stoddard Mary A Mrs 

165 Nystrom Andrew G 

169 Chitwood Daniel B 

173 Bradbury Omar C 

175 McCord John D 

190 Swartzberg Benjamin 
Fifth Intersects 

192 Newton Henry E 

194 Barnes M Olin 

196 Danforth Willie P Mrs 

198 Hammond Eliza Mrs 

State Intersects 

199 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

207 Arrington Virginia F Mrs 
210 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
212 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
Dalney Begins 

239 Medlock James W 

240 Garren Earnest T 

241 King John W 

242 Harrell Charlton C 

243 Humphries Elizabeth 

244 Thomas Dora Cc) 

Gallatin Intersects 
248 Wright George A 
250 Boland Thomas A 
252 Cole William H 
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254 Holsenbeck Davis 

255 Bland Lula (c) 

256 Davis John C 

Clayton Betting 

257 Rogers John (c) 

258 Carlson Carl 
260 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
276 Cain Asa 
280 Carson Robert 
282 Sockwell John C 
284 Arwood David L 

286 Bell William L 

Center Begins 

287 Brand Fletcher C 

288 Biggers Susan Mrs 

289 Martin Frederick H 

Lee Av Intersects 

290 Griffiths William 
292 Smith Carrie J Mrs 

294 Hawes Bud H 

295 Corley Georgia A Mrs 

296 Drye Thomas A 

297 North Atl Baptist Church 

298 Moyer Elmer E 

300 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
McMillan Ends 

302 Hemphill Av Pharmacy 
Tenth Intersects 
Dernell Begins 

304 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

305 Tuck W Harold Rev 

306 Powell & Fitts 

309 Misenhamer Louis E 

310 Oxford Jasper E 

311 Ansley Norman A 

314 McMillan Horace G 

315 Hardeman William B 

316 Jones Claudie E Mrs 

317 Hemphill Av M E Church 

320 Goldsmith Joseph D 

321 Burdett William M 

322 Horton Zillah Mrs 

323 Wells J Simpson 

324 Marsh Claude E 

325 Bennett William L 

326 Booth James R 
330 Holbrook Thomas A 
334 Auten William J Dr 
336 Tuck William H Rev 
338 Wells William A 

Curran Intersects 
Ethel Intersects 
346 Nichols Lemuel O 
348 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
350 Echols Georgia Mrs 
360 Holder William R 
364 Morris M Frank 

Fourteenth Intersects 
382 Jordan John 
384 Herd Newnan I 
386 Garvin Minnie Mrs 
400 Poss Jesse 
402 Lyon & Killebrue 
404 Vacant Sept 14. 1912 

409 Dye Oscar (c) 

410 Pumping Station No 2 

411 Vacant Sept 7. 1912 
Stamps James A 
Crawford John W 
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HENDRIX AV — Cont'd 
17 Denson Eddie Mrs 

20 Davis Carl E 

21 Summers Thomas M 

24 Busha Henry M 

25 Loyd Charity E Mrs 

26 Blackmon Charles (c) 
29 Maxwell Ernest D 

32 Cole William H 

36 Reinhardt Edward M 

37 Stallings James E 

40 Williams Benjamin H 

41 Harris Jeptha A 

42 Dupree Joseph N 
44 Johnson George B 
47 Davis John W 

51 Ragsdale John P 

52 Crow Van Henry 

53 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

54 Adamson Jeremiah M 

55 Hopkins James 

57 Wright William M 
65 Palmer Victor J 

67 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

Cooper Ends 

68 Weathers Edwin H 
72 McAllister Lonnie A 
74 Stanford Henry S 
76 Peek Fletcher L 

80 Taylor Thomas P 
84 Bogges Thomas B 

86 Goodwin Joseph J 

87 Yother Clarence 

88 Huff Harvey J 
90 Happs George 



HENRY, from Ella at Chapel n e 
to Columbus av, 1 e of Lee, 
sewerage from Lawn to 

Greensferry av, water from 
Ella to Greensferry av 

6 Alexander Isabelle (c) 

8 Greene Lizzie (c) 
16 Brown Henry (c) 

18 Conley Jane (c) 
Greensferry Av Intersects 

19 Weaver George T (c) 

20 Wright Mary (c) 
22 Thomas John T 

26 Armstrong Nancy (c) 
26-B Freeman Henry (c) 
28 Loveless John (c) 
28-A Brown William (c) 
32-A Bailey Calhoun H (c) 
32-B Brook George (c) 

34 Alford Josie (c) 
34-A Alford Oscar (c) 

35 Evans William (c) 

37 Wilson Kit W (c) 

38 Ponders Willie (c) 

39 Sutton John (c) 

40 Tucker Henry (c) 
40-A Harvey John 

42 Bennett Rosa (c) 

42-A Lipscomb Dolphus (c) 

43 Lewis Louise (c) 

45 Cox Dock (c) 

46 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

47 Tallie Silas (c) 

50 Goodwill Eugene Cc) 

52 Dunham Oscar 

53 Moore James (c) 
60 Wilkes Andrew (c) 

Rroomheari Intersects 
Hammond Intersects 

63 Boozer John H (c) 

64 Wilson Carrie (c) 

65 Starr George (c) 



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A Watson David (c) 

Carithers Thomas 

Watson George (c) 

A Glover Jefferson (c) 

Russell Samuel M Dr (c) 

Jackson Dora (c> 

A Pryor Florence (c) 
-B Finch Amos (c) 

Wells Alice 
V 2 Jackson William (c) 

Porter Robert (c) 
y 2 Fambro Minnie (c) 

Johnson Gardner 
Leonard Intersects 

Brown Katherine <ci 
-B Hill Benjamin (c) 

Bryant Susie (c) 

Redman John 

Chambliss Sarah (c) 

Johnson John (c) 

Bradley Robert (c) 

Taggart John (c) 

Amos Allen (c) 

Allen Monroe (c) 

Reed Rectenner 

Willingham John (c) 

Stiles Jane (c) 

Goodwill Elijah (c) 

Coggins Lizzie (c) 



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av n to Columbus av, 1 block 
1 w of Lee 
17 Dorsey Sterling (c) 

21 Kyle Augustus 

22 Bugg Thomas (c) 

23 Greene George 

23 y 2 White Matthew W Rev (c) 

24 Dogan Isaiah (c) 

26 Jackson Sherman (c) 

27 Mathis Morris (c) 
27-A Holt Rosa (c) 

28 Ward Bertha (c) 

30 Martin Aug S Rev (c) 

31 Wainwright Pugh (c) 

32 Alexander Philil C Rev (c) 
34 Ferguson William J (c) 

36 Watson John (c) 

37 Wamble Robert (c) 

Columbus Intersects 



HENRY, from Hemphill av w to 
city reservoir 



HENRY, from Humphries e, 7 s 
of Georgia av 



HERBERT, from Pelham to Ex- 
position Mills, changsd to 
Griffin 



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County Stockade, 2 w of A B 
& A R R 



HIGH, from 79 Tattnell s w to 60 
Walnut, 1 n w of Chapel, wa- 
ter throughout 
1 Holland Edward (c) 

3 Bennett Charles 

4 Jordan Mary (c) 

8 Jones Henry W (c) 
10 Jones Henry W (c) 
Stonewall Ends 

17 Wadley Charles (c) 
17-A Arnold Richland 

18 Poole William (c) 
18-A Craig John (c) 



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Morse Clifford S 


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A Richie Joshua (c) 


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Morse Edgar L 


20 


Kimball Wilson ui 


94 


Lawrence William H 


20- 


A Smith Charles <c) 


96 


Burke Arthur P 


21 


Plummer Benjamin F (c) 


100 


Willett Henry 


21- 


A Watson Wilson <c) 


101 


Hart Lillian M Mrs 


24 


Elliott Emmit (c) 


104 


Byrd Allie Mrs 


24- 


A Lawrence Harry 


105 


Johnson Sarah Mrs 


29 


Stroud Jackson (c) 


105- 


•A Bro^n Pauline Mrs 




Beckwith Begins 


,108 


Brooks James W 




Collier Ends 


109 


Vacant Sept 20, 1912 


33 


Parker Walter tc) 


116 


Price George W 


34 


Bonner Ambrose (c) 




Boulevard Intersects 


34% Porter Ada (c) 


• 137 


Smith Bedford L 


35 


Austin Frank (c) 


141 


Williamson William J 


37 


Branham Bettie (c) 


144 


The Boulevard Apts 


38 


Jackson Onie 




Langford Clarence A 


39 


Dent Daisy (c) 


147 


O'Kelley Clyde Mrs 


40 


Tumlin Lizzie (c) 


148 


Jenkins Matthew K Dr 


42 


Barnett Joseph (c) 




Carter William J 




Tattnall Intersects 




Jenkins Matthews K Dr 
Carter William H 
Chamberlain William G 


HIGH (Cook's District), chang- 




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to Snyder 


151 


Greer Clarence B Dr 






153 
153- 


Zellars Mattie C Mrs 
B Vacant Sept 18, 1912 


HIGHLAND AV, from 294 Fort e 


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154 


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with granite blocks from 


158 


Mullin Nancy C Mrs 


Fort to Alaska av. macadam 




Garfield Place Begins 


from Alaska av to Cleburne 


154 


Edwards William R 


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sewerage and water 


165 


Green Clarence G 


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169 


Knapp John C 


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Finch Herbert W 


173 


Green Lucius C 


3 


O'Donahue Frank A 


176 


Ramsaur Fannie S Mrs 


4 


Lee Charles J 




Howell Ends 


8 


Van Stavoren Viola Mrs 


179 


Schneejass Emile 


9 


Byars James M 


182 


Coburn William S 


10 


Daniel James M 


183 


Pair Harry F 


15 


Prather Thomas D 




Devereux Susan A Mrs 


19 


Boone Daniel 


185 


King Isaac D 


20 


Sharp Frank J 


189 


Overton Joseph B 


23 


Matthews Oscar T Dr 


192 


Quinn William L 


24 


McClure Wesley B 




Prospect Place Begins 


27 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


193 


George R Eugene 


28 


Vacant Sept 24, 1912 


197 


Darvin William M 




Hilliard Intersects 


200 


Hampton William G 


30 


Ware M Bruce 


201 


Wiley John W 


33 


McDaniel Benjamin T 




O'Brien J Frederick 




Summit Av Begins 


204 


Sohl Gustave A 


36 


Xf-wberger Louis 


205 


Smith William E Jr 


37 


Stokes Walter H 


206 


'Perry William T 


41 


Wilbanks Whiteford C 


209 


Montgomery Harry C 


44 


Drake J Frank 


211 


Chancellor Thomas S 


45 


Brunner Leola Mrs 


212 


Quarles Emory 


47 


Day Francis T 


214 


Brown Frank S 


48 


West Boyd B 


215 


Level C P 


49 


Vacant Sept 4. 1912 


217 


Cleaton James D 




DudIii)) Ends 


218 


West John S 


52 


Johnson William D 


219 


Vacant Sept 18, 1912 


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Mathews William F 


220 


Coursey William H 


55 


Tappan & Co 


221 


Phelps Pope P 


56 


Pritchett Leon C 


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Word John A 


5 t 


Rogers Joseph Co 


223 


Phelps Pope P 


60 


Mathews Robert E 


224 


Word John A 


61 


-A Vacant Sept 21, 1912 




Randolph Intersects 


61 


-B Reese Clarence W 


225 


Highland Av Pharmacy 




Cary Clement C Rev 


226 


Home for the Friendless 


63 


-A Roberson Ernest E 


233 


Sheffield John L 


63 


-B Vacant Sept 21. 1912 


235 


Snyder Harry D 


66 


Price Jane T Mrs 


239 


Stone James T 


67 


Vacant Sept 21. 1912 


246 


Riley William C 


67 


■A von Riedl William Dr 


248 


Hollingworth Aaron M 


69 


Vacant Sept 21. 1912 




Fortune Begins 


69 


-A Murphv James J 


253 


Clower William L 


75 


Withers William H 




Ijumpkin Ends 




Jackson Intersects 


25 3 


Corley William 


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Broadwell Carrie V Mrs 


255 


Taylor Howard 


90 


Flowers James J 




Corleys Av Ends 



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HIGHLAND AV— Cont'd 

256 White John H 

257 Leonard James E 

258 Smith James F 

260 Jamerson William W 

261 Tuggle John A 
264 Roberts Homer 
270 Gray James H 
272 Smith James G 

276 Reisman Samuel 

277 Jenkins Thomas W 

Sampson Ends 
281 Moore Thomas A 
285 Newton James H 

287 Daniel Robert C 

288 Brannon D Murray 

289 Hutcheson Edward 
294 Hairston Sarah A 
297 Gallaher Allie Mrs 

307 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

308 Watts Charles 

310 Garrett Henry F 

311 Parr William B 
315 Whatley William J 

320 Wright Ernest E 
319 Rumley Willis J 

321 Phoenix Planing- Mill 
323 Hughes Henry W 
328 Whaley Ida Mrs 
330 Schroeder William 

333 Stocks Coal Co 

334 McGaughey John E 
338 Griffin Thomas M 

Alaska Av Begins 
350 Pinnell John N 
354 Reese Guy H 
358 Simmons O C Lumber 
Pattillo Lumber Co 

Sou By Intersects 

400 General Pipe & Fdry Co 

401 Barrow Randolph H 
433 Guy Mattie C Mrs 
437 Davis Benjamin F 

Elizabeth Intersects 
466 Clonts & Parker 

470 Broom James M 

471 Jones Eugene E 
475 Johnston Robert A 
479 Rodgers F Madison 
491 Cobb Robert M 

l.ml Begins 
501 Bane Andrew T 

504 Goodwin Thomas F 

( 'openhill Av Begins 

505 Mason Amanda J Mrs 

509 Gay Ossa W 

510 Varnidoe Harry O 

511 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

514 Hollingsworth Thomas I 
520 Bauknight John F 

523 White Charles L 

524 Lyman Osman P Jr 

525 Brooks John R 
520 Byrrl G Archibald 



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530 Dailey John W 

535 Wilkes W Mack 

537 Trotti John P 

541 Rogers LeRoy E 

545 Evans Samuel J R 

548 McMillan Jannie H Mrs 

553 Roper Claude 

Washita Av Ends 
582 Argard Martin J 
604 Argard George E 

Argard Av Begins 
606 McMillan Archie H 
610 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

622 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

Colquitt Av Ends 

623 Johnston James A 

624 King Charles B 

626 Toland Walter J 

627 White Mark T 

628 Bryant Jasper T 

630 Hansell William A 

631 Walton John H 

635 Berry George L 

636 Howard William H 
641 Norris Sue Ellis Mrs 
646 Macnamara George R 

649 Wright Thomas L 

650 Ellison Joseph W 

651 Jewell John M 

652 Carr Harry J 

655 Keheley William M 

656 Morris Emma Mrs 

657 Johnson J Harry 
665 Morrison Mary Mrs 

669 Wood William R 

670 Mauck Charles A 

672 Paschall Mattie Mrs 

671 Bearden William K 
Cleburne Av Intersects 

673 Stewart William H 
675 Stanton Frank L 
678 Phillips Charles T 

683 Bell Jasper N 

684 Hays Cephas F 

687 Gunter Nathaniel V 

688 Hopkins Stiles 
692 Wood Edward P 
696 Raines Robert 

700 Martin Rene J 

701 Druid Hill Metho Ch 

710 Cain Elvin L 

711 Cochran William N 

712 McNeil George L 

714 Key Paul W 

715 Roerig George 

720 Rasbury John C 

721 Young Aaron T 

724 Mattison Alexander 

725 Randall William T 
729 Kirk J Edwin 

Miranda Av Ends 
732 Skinner Julius M 

North Av Intersects 

738 Lacy George C 

739 Drew Frederick C 

740 Smith William B 
750 Phelps Walter B 

St Charles Av Intersects 
Ponce de Leon Av Intersects 
776 Atlanta Grocery Co 

783 Druid Park Presby Ch 
Blue Ririste Av Begins 

784 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
786 Englett John W 

789 Carter George F 
793 Fambrough William M 
l<arnsworth John A 



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807 Cheshire S Jerome 

810 Jackson John M 

858 Kuniansky Harry 

860 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

862 Thomas Charles E 

872 Hollingsworth Columbus J 

882 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

884 Vacant Sept 6. 1912 

885 Whlsenant John H 

886 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

Greenwood Av Ends 
888 Highland Park Bapt Ch 

891 Defoor John C 

892 Edmondson Lucius H 
Coogler John T 

900 Crumley Joseph A Rev 

901 Rice John M 
908 Young- Frank L 
916 Arnold Robert H 

919 Smith R Frank 

920 McDonald Wilbur 

Drewry Begins 
924 Vacant Nov 15, 1912 
934 Miller Robert J 
938 Vanderford William H 

942 Schmid Frank 

943 Hall Max R 
946 Huff Paul H 
952 Vacant 
965 Smith Ernest E 
967 Beyer William L Jr 
969 Kingsbery E Cleveland 

Bigham Av Ileum* 
975 Adair Green B 
981 Bryans Henry P 

Highland Park Av Begins 



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HIGHLAND VIEW, from 1000 
Highland av w to Sou Ry. 
sewerage from Highland av to 
Barnett 

1028 Counts Wm G 

1030 Anderson Victoria M Mrs 

1032 Lewis Cora T Mrs 
Adair Green B 

Adair Av Begins 
26 Pendley Arthur 
30 Holman Mary Mrs 
32 Vacant Sept 4. 1912 
51 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 
Barnett Intersects 
66 Shover Hayden C 

77 Vacant Sept 4. 1912 

78 Webb Walter G 

79 Hubbard Leslie 

83 Sewell Ammye R Mrs 

91 Payne Edwin T 

95 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

99 Griffin Dee T 
107 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 
111 Simons T Mitchell 
115 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 



HIGHTOWER, from 27 S MeDan- 
iel w to Sou Ry tracks. 1 s of 
Whitehall, water from Mc- 
Daniel to Hollins 

10 Haynes Samuel M Rev 

11 Griffin Henrv L 

16 Coker Fannie S H B Mrs 

17 Asbell Robert L 

21 Blackstock Thomas L 

25 Butler William West 

27 Bennett Lula Mrs 

29 Drake Thomas F 

31 Cox Leon C 

37 Vacant Sept 6. 1912 



41 Broome James T 

42 Vacant Nov 15, 1912 

42 Waldrip Jesse L- 

43 Worley William L 

46 Thwaites Thomas J 

47 Grist Sarah M Mrs 

48 Webb Margaret Mrs 
50 Waldrip William J 
65 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
67 Jones James T 

69 Gann George W 

Humphries Intersects 

70 Linam George W 

71 Daniel Fantinie T 

75 Thomas Amos (c) 

76 Lawson Thomas J 

78 Hozey Eliza L Mrs 

79 Wright Frances (c) 

80 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

81 Echols Wesley (c) 

82 Powell Mary Mrs 




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Fair s to Milton av, 2 e of 
Connally, paved with macadam 
from Ga R R to Glennwood av 
and Georgia av to Pavilion, 
sewerage from Ga R R to 
Milton av, water from Ga R R 
to Hunter, Fair to Ormond 
1 Dixie Stock Powder & C Co 

3 Norwood Garrett R 

4 Southern Spring Bed Co 

6 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

7 Rosenthal Julius 

9 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

10 Rice Thomas F 

11 Thomas Erby H 

12 Robinson Robert L 

15 Thompson Charles T 

16 Rittenbaum Julius 

17 Kessler Max 

18 Rosenberg Benjamin 

20 Chiles Alonzo L 

21 Fulbright John M 

Hunter Intersects 
25 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
Fair Intersects 
43 Shapiro Adolph 
53 Kelley Burris O 

58 Akin Jeanette Mrs 

61 Birstein Barnett 
Miller Benjamin E 

62 McAfee William W Dr 

64 Martin Melville C Dr 

65 Williams Frederick L 
69 Hentschel Paul 

'■2 Carter John T 

7 r > Ford Sarah E Mrs 

76 Walker Charles H 

Woodward Av Intersects 
80 Hoffman Henry 

52 Martin Jennie B Mrs 

53 King Luther J 

86 Smullian Abraham 

59 Suttles Alonzo G 
90 Dohertv John 

M rvnonnell Edward C 
95 Glover Alice E Mrs 

98 Callaway John A 

99 Flvnt Thomas J 
in.3 Henley Hunter H 
104 Carroll Matthew C 

Logan Intersects 

110 Woods Clara B Mrs 

111 Chanman Charles H 

114 Drake John E 

115 Barefield J Thomas 





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119 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
Clark Ends 

20 Sims Harry 

22 Baughan Edgar A 

23 Campbell Charles J 

24 Morgan James B 

27 Sample Morgan R 

28 Schwarz Philip 

31 Higgins Fred S 

32 Bliem Herman 

33 Noel John O 

35 Farell Ernest 

36 Jordan John H 
Hopkins Charles \Y 

38 Castlen Bradford G 

39 Wall George R 

40 Hunt William B 

41 Howard John E 

42 McClair Joseph W 

43 Percy Joseph 
45 Barrett Lewis 
48 Camp William M 
52 Clarke Neppie P Mrs 
56 Riddell John W 

Glennnood Av Intersects 
78 Farrell Ignatius M 
84 Clark George S 
92 Lynch James T 
94 Smith Emma Mrs 
Sidney Begins 
206 Apperson Jacob A 
210 Cook Andrew X 
218 Freeman William M 
220 Satterwhite John M 

224 Gifford Edwin L 

225 Crabtree Frederick 
230 Evans Daniel R 
231-35 Hill Street School 

Orleans Begins 
236 Rollins Reuben E 
238 Will Sylvester C 
240 Miller James A 

244 Abbott Jesse R 

245 Hutchinson Oliver E 

249 Abbott D Wallace 

250 O'Shields Edward 

251 William Thomas 
253 Stein James 

MIHedge Av Intersects 
255 Garrow Ellis T Rev 
257 Massey James A 
267-71 Free Methodist Ch 
269 Pittman Harry H 
277 Garrow Frederick 

292 Dunham Franklin W 

Glenn Intersects 

293 Bloodworth Mary H Mrs 

294 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
294 y 2 MeWilliams Milton S 

297 Stokes William W 

298 Castleberry Thomas J 

299 Williams H Joseph Rev 
Georgia Av Intersects 

302 Cochran George 
304 Goss Susan B Mrs 
318 Scott William R 
335 Fudge Walter M 

339 Fudge Walter M 

Bass Intersects 

340 Shimp Charles L 
344 Anderson Magnus 

347 Adamson Charles 

348 Hoffman Frank E 

Pavillion Begins 
350 Johnson Lillian W Mrs 
354 Cheek William H 
358 Deadwyler Henry R 



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369 
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372 
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380 
384 

385 
386 

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393 
395 
397 
401 
403 
405 
416 

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433 

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472 
473 
595 

615 
625 
775 
781 
788 
790 
791 
795 
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810 
814 
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Bagby Sarah Mrs 
Barge Jacob J 
Haines Walter C: 
Crim Cecilie C Mrs 
Dickinson Benjamin S 
Haygood William L 
Lanford Sarah Mrs 
Humphries John C 
Hardwick Anna Mrs 

Love Intersects 
Huntington Rougene G Mrs 
Hardin William T 

Augusta Av Begins 
Pinkard James E 
Harwell M E 
Barkdale W Raleigh 
Telford Frederick R 
Smith Henry C 
Overby Thomas M 
Grady M Robert 
Messer Benjamin H 
Little Intersects 
Brown William H Jr 
Chestnut Abraham M 

South Av Intersects 
Bellville John 

Ormond Intersects 
Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
Barron James A 
Weaver Christopher C 

Atlanta Av Intersects 
Adolphus James C 
Moore L C 
Kuettner C Robert 
Munday John W 
Biggsby 

Vacant Oct 22, 1912 
Clark Rosco C 
Vacant Oct 22. 1912 
Vacant Oct 22, 1912 
Tribble Robert L 
Kershaw William H Rev 
Salt Howard T 
Smith Mary J Mrs 
Lancaster James L 
Galhouse J H 



HILL, from Fort e to Jackson, 
1 n of Fifth 



HILL'S PARK, on Marietta car 
line, 4 miles n w 



HILLIARD, from 370 Decatur n 
to Currier. 1 e of Fort, paved 
with macadam from Tanner to 
Auburn av, granite block 
Houston to Highland av, sew- 
erage from Decatur to Cain, 
Wilson to Highland av, and 
Forrest av to Currier, water 
from Decatur to Highland av 
and Forrest av to Currier 
9 Pruett William M 

10 Vacant Sent 19, 1912 

11 Markeles Lena Mrs 

14 Flagg Lula <c> 

15 Shepard John W 

16 Roberts Lillian (c) 

17 Seigel Isaac 

19 Senior Elijah H (c) 

20 Stephens Hilliard (c) 
23 Hollman Isaac 

25 Pruett William M 

26 Haley Cora (c) 

27 Allen Katie Mrs 

28 Parker Jennie (c) 

29 Jennings Minnie (c) 



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IMttnian Place Be&liiN 

32 King Josephine (c) 

34 Washington Mary (c) 

35 Credell Emma (c) 

40 Fowler James A 

41 Singer Harry 

43 Burns Albert (c) 

44 Johnson Annie (O 
44% Avery Roy (c) 

Schofield Ends 

45 McEroy Mary (c) 

46 Brown Anna (c) 

47 Lee Jefferson (c) 

48 Green Julia (c) 

49 Byrd Bradford (c) 

50 Merriwether William (c) 

54 Sanders Prince A 
53 Shepard Edward (c) 

55 Johnson Thomas (c) 

56 Demmons Mammie (c) 
56-E Johnson Ophelia (c) 

57 Stephens James (c) 

58 Johnson Mary (c) 

59 Martin William 

60 Gaston James (c) 

61 Jones Lucian (c) 
63 Wilson Bessie (c) 

65 Fain Solomon (c) 

66 Tucker Jake C (c> 

68 Peyton Georgia (c) 

69 Carter James 

70 Lucas Ludell (c) 

71 Sales Furman (c) 

72 Fannin Sarah (c) 
7 3 Lofton Doc (c) 

76 Keith James (c) 

77 Combs Sherman (c) 

79 Tidwell Mary 

80 Watson Peter (ci 

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83 Jennings Henry (c) 

84 Hartfield Wesley (c) 

85 Wright Thomas (c) 

86 Barksdale Charles (c) 

87 Jones James (c) 

88 Bishop Charles 

89 Pleasent Henry (c) 

90 Dobbs Maggie (c) 

91 Roane Mattie (c) 

92 Parker Mandy (c) 

94 Johnson Martha (c) 

95 Coles Teana (c) 

Tanner Interstot* 
100 Trio Laundry Co 

Edgenood Av Intersects 

117 Blanton John 

118 White John C 

119 Morgan Susie (c) 
121 Harris Joseph (c) 
122-A Hollis Robert (c) 
122-B Harvey Alexander (c) 

123 Adkinson Daniel (c) 

124 Henderson Henry 

125 Hamilton Joseph R (c), 

126 Morris William (c) 
128 Allen John (c) 

130 Paden John (c) 

131 Morris Delia (ci 

133 Battle Irwin (c) 

134 Franklin James 

135 Gray Michael 

136 Battle Robert (c) 

138 Watson Ossa B (c» 

139 Robinson Robert (c) 
Battle Robert (c) 

Auburn Av Intersects 
Old Wheat Intersects 
153 Finch William (c) 



154 Holland Dock H (c; 

155 Mitchell Fred (c) 
156-B Gaines Willie (at 
156-C Read Lillian (at 

157 Morton Jane (c) 

158 Finch Julia (c) 

159 Maddox Columbus (c) 

160 Robinson Rosa (c) 

161 Traylor Joseph H 

162 Frazier Joseph (c> 
Finch Wittie 

163 Austin Phillip (c) 

164 Mayes John (c) 
164% Young George (c) 

165 Poole Mattie E (c) 

Lyons Av Begins 

166 Nichols James M (o 
168 Neal Henry J (c) 

168-A McCorkle Elbert W (c) 
168 y 2 Graves Alexander (c) 
170 Groodzinsky Abraham 
174 Rise Simon (c) 

176 Pritchard Othello (c) 
Thompson Alley Ends 

177 Smith Ellen (c) 

Hilliard Alley Begins 
180 Cavel Archie (c) 

183 Robertson John C (c) 

184 Morris "Bessie D (c) 

185 Watson Charles (c) 

1S8 Chappell Alexander (c) 
Irwin Intersects 
Houston Intersects 
Ellis Ends 
200 Lamar Maud Mrs 

Lamar Minter 
210 Vaughn Charles J Dr 
213 Pirkle Dozier 
215 Wright Winnie (c> 
218 MeWilliams Henrv C 
222 Waller John S 

226 Fincher Sanford B 

227 Jeter James C (c) 

230 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

231 Woolfolk Hilliard <c> 

235 Brown Charles G (c) 

236 Hilley Robert S 

239 Beasley Anthony E (c) 

240 Llorens Katie Mrs 

Cain Intersects 
242 Morgenstern William P 
244 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 
248 MeWilliams Edgar L 
25u Earnest Ella (c) 
251 Thomas Henry (c) 

253 Largge Mamie (c> 

254 Pelot Bros 

Grace Ends 

255 Ingram Jack 

257 Byars Richard (c) 
265 Miller Nettie (c) 

267 Alexander W G Rev (c) 

268 Simonton James S (c) 

269 Walker Zonie (c) 

270 Means Sudie (c) 

Wilson Ends 

273 Avery Washington A 

274 Tanner C M Rev (c) 
303 Reeves Mathew ict 

305 Harris Sim (c) 

306 Bowen Sidney (c) 
Highland Av Intersects 

307 Brown William (c) 

308 Strobut Ophelia (c) 

309 Harris Arthur <c) 

310 Luckie Flora id 

311 Henderson Robert in 

312 Luckie Henry (c) 




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HILLIARD — Cont'd 
312-A Butcher Cicero (c) 

313 Smith John (c) 

314 Downs James S (c) 

315 Dukes Richard (c) 

316 Harvey Wesley 

318 Simmons Emma (c) 

319 Stanford Edward (c) 
319^ Hemphill Alice (c) 

320 Brown David (c) 

321 Reeves Maggie (c) 

322 King William E (c) 
324 Smith Henry 

326 Baugh Samuel (c) 
327-A Mcintosh John (c) 
327-B Meredith Preston (c) 
328 Allen Maud (c) 
329-A Sparks Robert (c) 
329-B Lipscomb Callie (c) 
330 Smith Surlina (c) 
331-A Harris Charles (c) 
331-B Shields Alonzo (c) 
332 Holmes Martin (c) 
334 Johnson Frank (c) 

336 Jones Nora (c) 

337 Maxie Milo (c) 

338 Smith Emma 

339 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
341 Hargrave Homer C (c) 

343 Gulsby Gertrude (c) 

344 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

345 Johnson George F (c) 

346 Morgan Burell (c) 
Morgan Charles 

350 Johnson Eliza (c) 

352 Crawford Peter (c) 

353 Nichols Charles 
357 Bufford Jessie (c) 
359 Hightower Clara (c) 

Forrest Av Intersects 
372 Martin John (c) 
374 Harris Annie (c) 

376 Sparks Peter W (c) 

377 Gibson Peter (c) 

379 Green Ishman 

380 Turner Henry (c) 

381 Alexander Henry (c) 

382 Powers Edward (c) 

383 Farrell Claude (c) 

384 Matthews Robert (c) 
384-A Berry Baylus (c) 

385 Moultrie John 

386 Reid Andrew (c) 
386-A Harden Isaac (c) 
386-B Sledge Fletcher (c) 

387 Saunders Mandy (c) 

388 Lundy Kizzie (c) 

389 Wilson Leah (c) 

390 Chandler Jacob 

391 Rucker Elick 
393 Hogans Green (c) 

395 Morton Henry (c) 

396 Carter Edward (c) 

Currier Intersects 

397 Bevers Henry T (c) 
399-A Williams John W (c) 
399-B Meyers Lena (c) 

404 Freeman Louis 
409 Simmons Rosa (c) 
411 -A Harper Henry (c) 
411-B Beyer Emma (c) 
415-A Stewart Ella (c) 
415-B Height Barbara (c) 
417-A Leverett Beatrice (c) 
417-B Beal James D 
419-A Sherman Syndey (c) 
419-B Foster William (c) 
421 -A Brock William C (c) 



421-B Shank Ella (c) 

425 Smith Clara (c) 

427 Johnson Quincy (c) 



HILLIARD ST ALLEY, from 
Hilliard s V2 block bet Irwin 
and Lyons av 



HILLS AV, from 277 Peters w to 
274 Chapel, paved with ma- 
cadam, sewerage and water 

throughout 

HILLS PARK, on Marietta car 
line 4 miles n w 



HIRSCH, from Emmett n to 14th 
1 w of Tumlin, see Pine 



HILLYER TRUST BUILDING, 

140 Peachtree 



HITSON ALLEY, from White- 
hall near Woodward Lumber 
Co s to Wells 



HOBSON (East Atlanta), from 
Holtzclaw e to Stovall, 1 s of 
E Fair 



HOBSON, from Mary s to Uni- 
versity av, 2 e of Stewart av, 
sewerage Mary to Rockwell 



HODGE AV (Edgewood), from 
Whitefoord av e to Mayson av, 
3 n of DeKalb av 



HOGUE, from 387 Auburn av n 
to 155 Irwin, 1 e of N Boule- 
vard, water throughout 



HOKE, from Hemphill av w to 
City reservoir 

1 Gilmer Thomas J 

2 Hicks George M 
9 Cirn George 

12 Cain Earl 



HOLBROOK, from Sou Ry w to 
West av, 2 n of University av 



HOLCOMBS ALLEY, from 252 
Edgewood av s to Fain 



HOLDERNESS, from Greensfer- 
ry av s to Gordon, 2 w of Law- 
ton, sewerage Oak to Sells av 
and Gordon to Eggleston; 
■water throughout, paved with 
rock and chert from Lucile to 
Sells av 
1 Murphy Albert 

5 Hannum William H 
Greensferry Av Intersects 

6 Alsabrook James L 

11 Albrecht C Katherine Mrs 

15 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

16 Witherspoon Frederick J 

17 Peavy Moses B 

20 Witherspoon Frederick J 
25 George John H 

27 Cornelison Ezell 

28 Perdue George M 

29 Crowley Mary V Mrs 
33 Dear William E Rev 

Sells Av Intersects 
46 Carlton Raleih W 



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48 Thomas Landon T 
50 Jones Colin H 
52 Pickens John L 

54 Edwards Wofford F 

56 Coppinger Nannie Mrs 
61 Whichard Ernest 

63 Dickey Virgil Y 

67 Pate Madison D 

68 Pollard Charles E 

80 Power Hiram P 

83 Saunders William B 

84 Gloer William T 
88 Mickle A Glenn 

90 Kennard William J 
94 Rogers George F 

96 Dorr George C 
106 Mion Constanti 

Greenwich Av Intersects 

09 Baker Ollen B 

10 Adams Eldo H 

11 Cornwell Chester L 

14 Fuller Ralph B 

15 Stough Charles P 
17 Hazel Langdon C 
19 Head Hugh G 

31 Summerlin Homer M 
33 West End Grocery Co 
35 Lucile Drug Co 

Luetic Av Intersect* 
52 Fuller Azriah T 

55 Johnson William N 
58 Schillinger Leopold 

64 Taylor Sarah R Mrs 
70 Wilder Henry W 

74 Howell Green 

81 Rogers Charles F 

82 Long Thomas J 

85 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

Oak Intersects 
90 Orr Edgar H Judge 
93 Culver Walter A 

97 Fagan Thomas E 
200 Kerlin Edgar P 
207 Barnes Eugene L 

Eggleston Begins 

210 Melson Benjamin F 

211 Eggleston Carolyn B Mrs 

212 Arnold E Zacherv 
214 Bryan Solon H 

217 Edwards Mary J Mrs 
220 Funk Hugh L 
224 Albright George A 
Gordon Intersects 
637 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
639 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
641 Bowder Frederick O 



HOLLAND, from 289 Chapel n to 
74 Greensferry av, 1 e of 
Humphries, water throughout 
6-A Fife Janie (c) 
6-B Spark Laura (c) 
8-A Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
8-B Plummer William (c) 
9 Ellington Samuel (c) 

11 McGee Sarah (c) 

12 Jenkins Mary (c) 

13 Oakland City Bapt Ch 

13 Lowe Daniel L Rev (c) 

Liberty Ends 

14 Durant Peter (c) 

15 Sanders Armistead (c) 
17 Brinkley George (c) 
19 Wilkerson William (c) 
21 Perdue Coleman (c) 

25 Lockhart Sallie (c) 

26 Singleton Josh (c) 

27 Bowen Simon (c) 



29 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 



HOLLEY, from 14th n to limits, 
3 e of East av 



ItOLLIXS, from 87 Hightower s 
to Glenn, 1 e of Humphries, 
water from Wells to Austin 
alley 



HOLLYWOOD STA (Cook's Dis- 
trict), on River car line 



HOLMES, from Howell Mill rd 
e, 3 n of Bishop 



HOLMES DRIVE (O C), from 
Jonesboro Drive e to Harte 
Drive 



HOLTZCLAW, from Kirkwood 
av s to Glenwood av, 1 e of 
A & W P Belt Line, sewerage 
Fair to Kirkwood av 

2 Owsley Julius C 
50 Hadley Louis B 
52 Ivey Turner B 
54 Treadwell Lucius 
60 Todd Oscar B 
64 McGunn Silas D 

Fair Intersects 
72 Adcox Joseph F 
91 Mitchell Joseph E 



HOME AV, from 600 S Boule- 
vard e to Confederate av, 2 s 
of Logan av, water through- 
out 

122 James Walter (c) 

123 Roberts Lindsay 

Boulevard Intersects 
125 Bishop John H 
131 Wellborn William C 
135 Williams Augustus 
137 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 



HOME PARK AV, from State e, 
1 n of Emmett 
20 Hollowell James 



HOMER, from 33 Curran e 
McMillan, 2 n of Marietta 
3 Roper George G 
5 Roberson John M 

7 Whitfield William T 

8 Wilber Culbert 
10 Tomlin Ollie R 
12 Jordan William 
21 Brewer George H 
23 Roberson J Henry 



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HOOD, from 375 Whitehall s e 
to 97 Windsor, 1 n of Smith. 
paved with macadam through- 
out, sewerage from Orange to 
Windsor, water throughout 
15 Cotton Eliza B Mrs 
19 Haynie William C 
21 Brown William G 
25 Bolsius Eugene H 
Orange Intersects 

29 Carter James C 

30 Stocks John W 

31 Wisbey Alfred L 
34 Edwards John B 

37 Boutell George H 

38 Gallaher Charles A 
41 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 



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HOOD — Cont'd 
42 Hill John H 

K it w no ii Intersects 

50 Lee James E 

54 Cagle Rufus E 

55 Satterwhite Robert E 

Ira Begins 
58 Stevens George A K 
62 Weatherford James S 
Martin O Howard 

66 Robinson John R 

67 Lively Lemuel B 

68 Lyon Dora Mrs 

73 Carter Leroy Y 

74 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

77 Alston Thomas C 

78 Hampton A P 

80 Simmons W Glenn 

81 Coffee Charles F 

82 Wells Sarah J Mrs 

85 Calder Charles S 
McNeal's Alley Begins 

86 Adair Marie Mrs 

87 Norris James C 

88 Hicks Leila C Mrs 

89 Wynne Tucker 

91 Davenport May Mrs 

92 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

93 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 



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HOOD DRIVE (O C), from Ja- 
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HOOD ALLEY, from 783 Mari- 
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HOOPER AV (Edgewood), from 
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3 Smith James W 

4 Starnes Herbert 

5 Vacant Oct 16, 1912 

Oak Intersects 

6 Woodward John O 

7 Saywell Ernest J 
9 Derbv Charles B 

11 Rasbury J Alfred 
15 Vacant Oct 16, 1912 



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Fain, 1 e of Fort 



HORTON'S ALLEY, from 775 
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Ponder av 



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HOUSTON, from 141 Peachtree e 
to Sou Ry tracks, 1 n of Au- 
burn a.v, unveil with granite 
blocks from Peachtree to 
Boulevard, water throughout 

1 Central Bank & T Corp 

5 Hotel Dakota 

11 Swinehart Tire & Rub Co 

12 Owners Supply Co 

14 Wood James W 

15 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

16 So Elec Light & Power 



Supplying Corporation 
17 Fisk Rubber Co 
19 Kelly Springfield Tire Co 

21 United States Tire Co 

22 Venable Lora Mrs 

24 McMichael James S 

25 Goodrich B F Co The 

26 Meade James W 
28 Leland Annex 
29-31 Leland Hotel 
32 Atlanta Hotel 

35 Greenberg & Bond Co 

Ivy Intersects 
41-43 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 
42 Lawrence Lizzie Mrs 

44 Baugh James A 

45 McMillan John M 

46 Sugg Robert 
47-51 Cooledge The 
50 Pasadena The 

52 Moore James M 

54 Atlanta Safe Co 

55 Harden Alfred A 

61 Wilson Valentine A Mrs 

62 Cantrell John L 

65 Orr John 

66 Gresham Leola T Mrs 

69 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

70 Gore Walter P 

72 Hogan William J & Son 
72 y 2 Curtis Colen L 
74 Little Thomas M 
74-A Smith Texas (c) 

74 y 2 Melton Julia Mrs 

75 Norris Robert E 
Karns Harry N 
Pinson Lillian Mrs 
Johnson William H 

76 Wall Henry F 
76-A Hatfield Bros 
78 Lee Yuen 

Harris Don 
Courtland Intersects 
81 Glazener George F 
86 First Cong Ch (c) 

88 Hunter William (c) 

89 Brown Walter E 

90 Dickson Charity <ei 
92 Weathers William (c) 

95 Payton Burrell (c) 

96 Preston Jane (cl 

99 Lewis Elizabeth (c) 

100 Williams Eliza (c) 

101 White George W <c» 

102 Wilson Mariah (c) 

105 Brown David (c) 

106 Jines Charles (c) 

109 Smith William M 
Piedmont Av Intersects 

110 Storrs School (c) 
113 Grant Thomas (c) 

123 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

124 McDougald James F D (c) 

125 Gleason Martin D 
125V> Barr Glasco (c) 

126 Jones Thomas E (c) 

127 Rowan J Clark 

128 Black Ola (c) 

130 Loyd Elizabeth (c) 

131 Andrews Charles (c) 

132 Williams Oscar (c) 

134 Johnson Frank (c» 

135 Bell Wesley (c) 

136 Riley George (c) 

138 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

139 Goodson Edward H Rev (c) 

140 Jackson Orindy (c) 
142 Rawson Rufus (c) 



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143 Owen Carl (c) 

144 Hall Frances <ci 

145 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
HouMton St I'lnif Begins 

146 Cloyde Samuel A 

147 Alford Henry (c) 
14,x Adams Mary (c) 
I'd Jackson Pearl (c) 

151 Spivey Mary (c) 

152 Smith Cora (c) 
Logans Alley Intersects 

155 Williams Amelia ici 

156 Jones Bessie (c) 

158 Ellis Cora (c) 

159 Koppe <S: Steinichen 

160 Gate City Public Sch (c) 

165 Rosenberg- Charles 

Butler Inti-rsi'i'is 

166 Brown James 

167 Kilgore Henry (c) 
167 1 4 Herron John (c) 

169 Holland Ida (c) 

170 Payne Prisalia (c) 

172 Wingo Melinda (c) 

173 Crook Josephine (c) 

174 Mickens Georgia (c) 

176 Davis Earlv (c) 

177 Stokes Matilda (c) 

175 Oliver John <c) 

179 Singleton Nancy (c) 

180 Beerman Charles (c) 

Bell Ends 

181 Jones Mollie (c) 

182 Cleveland William G (c) 
1S2-A Sanders Mark (c) 

183 Schamberg Harry 

184 Robinson Lucile (c) 

185 Young Lula (c) 

186 Jordan Emma (c) 

188 Montgomery Cora (c) 
18S-B Green Andrew (c) 

189 Johnson Mattie <c) 

191 Bell Sallie (c) 

192 Cohen Samuel 

193 McMickens Anna (c) 
194y 2 Cowling John (c) 

195 King Elizabeth (ci 

196 Green Samuel (c) 

197 Bailey Corrie (c) 

199 Robertson George W <ct 
201 Drake Pierce (c) 
203 Owens Rudolph <c> 
205 Moreland George id 
207 Stephens George <c> 
208-10 Troy Steam Laundrv 
209 Carter John (c) 
211 Holmes Dora (c) 
213 Brown Laura (c) 
217 Radcliff Memorial Ch <c) 
Irwin Begins 
Fort Intersects 
21S Vacant Sept 19. 1912 
22ii Kurman Jacob 
222 Brown George W (c) 
224 Donald Young D fc) 
226 Holmes Madison C (c) . 
226 Jones William M <c> 

228 Lefkaff Charles 

229 Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

230 Holcomb Mary Mrs 

231 Vacant Sept 4. 1912 
231'. Vacant Sept 4. 1912 

233 Lamb Crawford C 
Lamb & Williams 

234 Brightwell Rhoda Mrs 
236 Thomas Robert <e) 
238 Speer Isom <e) 

238% Johnson James <c) 



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Vaughan Charles Dr 

Kee Shing 

Hilderbrand Henry F 
1/2 Holton Thomas J Dr 
-6 Dixie Drug Co 

Jacobs Pharmacy Branch 
llillinril Intersects 

Rogers L W Co 

Nash Alfred (c) 

Vacant Sept 21, 1912 
% Collier James R 
-3 Buchanan-Shelton Gro Co 

Word Robert M 

Jenkins John M 

Schenck Edward T 

Bradley James R 

Dodge Westley A 

Clarke John T 

Bond Thomas L 

Conyers Fannie Mrs 

Guyton William A 

Baynes Robert A 

Vacant Sept 21, 1912 

Whitley Elbert W 

Davisson John W 

Weems T Handle 

Strickland Roy 

Reed Edwin L 

Pearce Benjamin E Dr 

Turner Robert C 

Duncan John W Dr 

Wickel Fannie H Mrs 
Jackson Intersects 

Bolt Oliver S 

Denk August 

Sawyer John F 

Vacant Sept 23. 1912 
-A DuBose Charles N 

McGee Ida A Mrs 

Miller Levi F 

Shomo Albert M 

Neeson Arthur H 
Boulevard Intersects 

Wright John T 

Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

Fulton Theodore W 

Henderson John Clinton 

Gardner Aubrey 

Phillips Hand Laundry 

Gaines Julia A (c) 

Hawkes William T fc) 

McSee William H (c) 

Hicks Marion (c) 

Jackson James (c) 

Lee Laura M (c) 

Armstrong Mark (c) 

Lemon Henry B (ci 

Brazell Henry (c) 

Eason Hilman (c) 

Wilson Henry (c) 

Cooper Alonzo (c) 

Harris Jacob (c) 
Howell Intersects 

Jackson Georgia (ci 

Matthews William B ic) 

Dobbs J Wesley 

Flipper Joseph S (c) 

Jackson Jacob R <c> 

Snipes Adolphus P ic) 

Crawford Louis G 

Smith Archie (e) 

Crawford William H 

Henderson E I. Rev <e1 

Gibson George (c) 

Bibb Viola (c) 

Wright Edward B (ci 

Thomas Annie (c) 



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STON— Cont'd 
Henderson Henry (c) 
Graham Mack C (c) 
Allen Andrew Jr (c) 
Allen Andrew (c) 
Hendrix Charles H 

Randolph Intersects 
Rosenberg Herman 
Wrege Otto 
Lumpkin Peddreza C 
Smith William H 
Rebman Frederick 
Couch James B 
Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
Koppe Carl J 
Jenkins Robert E 

Corleys At Begins 
Clower William W 
Linn Jacob 
Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
Stielitz William 
Dooley Lizzie Miss 
Thompson L James 

Sampson Intersects 
Johnson Robertson 
Vacant Sept 27, 1912 
Fleming Walter L 
Preston Thomas J 



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to 181 W Peachtree, paved 
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4 Howard Apartments 

House Claud Y 

Berryman Virgil E 

Jones Seldon 

Allan J P B 

Campbell Woodridge 

Lycett Caroline Mrs 

Prior Jackson L 

Owens William 

Carhart William B 

Wright Arminius 
10 Owen William Dr 

Hartsough James F 
15 Hillyer L Roth 
18 Avary Robert L 

21 Griffin Robert J 

22 Drake James S 

25 Parris Lelia H Mrs 
32 White W Woods 



HOWELL, from 530 Decatur n to 
Highland av, 2 e of Boulevard, 
paved with macadam Edge- 
wood av to Auburn, and Ir- 
win to Highland av, sewerage 
and -water from Decatur to 
Highland av 
6 Brice George W 



7 Moore James A (c> 

8 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

9 Pitts Homer R 

12 Buice Joseph L 

13 Burtz Cicero M 

14 Johnson Lula Mrs 

15 Burtz Parker L 

17 Sargent William H 

20 Sims Bessie (c) 

21 Norris Peter (c) 

23 Aaron Glenn (c) 

24 Bell James (c) 

25 Nesbit Ella (c) 

28 McDavid Corinne (c) 

29 Lofton William (c) 

30 Rideout Charles (c) 

34 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

35 Sadler Gibbs (c) 

36 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

37 Carter Randall A (c) 

38 Starks James C (c) 

41 Norman Annie (c) 

42 Harrison Joseph (c) 

43 Davenport Ida (c) 

44 Laster Lucius L (c) 

45 Hooks James A 

48 Johnson Andrew (c) 

49 Hooks Martin V 

50 Collier Elias L (c) 

51 Green Arry 

52 Love Annie (c) 

55 Murdock John E 

56 Barker William A 

58 Bostain William T 

59 Gormley Michael 
Edgrewood Av Intersects 

71 Upson Wiley (c) 

73 Hopkins Addie (c) 

74 Porter Annie (c) 

77 White William (c) 

78 Hall Stock (c) 

81 Andrews James (c) 

84 Holmes Thomas W (c) 

85 Cannon Annie (c) 

86 Smith William A (c) 

87 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

89 Graves Richard A (c) 

90 Manning Cornelius M (c) 

Auburn Av Intersects 
Old Wheat Intersects 

111 Williamson Elizabeth (c) 

112 Gardner Eliza (c) 

113 Ellis Viola (c) 

116 Graves Antoine (c) 

117 Avery William (c) 

118 Gray George (c) 

119 Herring Bragg (c) 

120 Gray Archie (c) 

123 Smith John W (c) 

124 Phillips James K (c) 

125 Berry David A (c) 

126 Sager Richard J (c) 

130 Briscoe William H (c) 

131 Clark Washington (c) 
133 White Robert W (c) 
135 White Tempy (c) 

137 Foster Charles (c) 

138 Andrews Bettie (c) 

139 Johnson Paul (c) 

140 Foster Samuel (c) 

141 Wilcox Hariy (c) 

143 Johnson Milton (c) 

144 Goosby George L (c) 

147 Harper Carrie (c) 

148 Hamilton Alexander D (c) 

149 Smith William O (c) 

Irwin Intersects 
159-A Cummings Jessie (c) 



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-B Cummings Goodrum (c) 
■A Summers Charles (c) 
-B Thomas Annie (c) 
Scott William (c) 
-B Gilham Bertie (c) 
Boseman Georgia (c) 
Bostwick Florence (c) 
Hurd Bessie (c) 

Jefferson Place Begins 
Lowe John W (c) 
Clark George (c) 
Jones Martha (c) 
Jones Mattie (c) 
Stroud Charles (c) 
Raiford Frank P (c) 

Owens Place Begins 
Kemp Amos (c) 
Martin Julia (c) 
Weathers Tobias J (c) 
Andrews Nannie (c) 
Brown Senier (c) 
Smith George W (c) 
Flipper Nathaniel Cc) 

Houston Intersects 
Wright Alfred (c) 
-A Reed Eliza (c) 
Williams Nettie (c) 
Bolden Eugene (c) 
Chapman Harry (c) 
Hanlev Hilman (c) 
Ball Thomas (c) 
Rogers John H 
Ivey Robert (c) 
Gillette Charles C 
Johnson Av Intersects 
Hansard George (c) 
-A Brooks Lewis L (c) 
Green John A (c) 
Feagin William T 
Phillips Samuel 



HOWELL MILL, ROAD, from 993 
Marietta n, 1 w of Fielder, 
sewerage Marietta to W 10th 
Exposition Intersects 

26 Bearden James F 
28 Chandler William H 
30 Howard John W 
32 Echols Perrv W 
34 Bettis Byron 

Lee Av Intersects 

38 Chandler Henry D 

39 Brown Memorial Bap Ch 

40 Shuford Robert C 

41 Bettis Joseph E 

42 Dorris Joseph L 

43 Jones Hillie T 

44 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
46 Jaillette David L 

48 House Frank 

50 Simons William A 

52 Underwood Frederick L 

10th Intersects 
65 Maddox James W 

Edgehill Av Begins 
67 I^arimore Turner C 
67M> Proctor Hiram C 
69 Medley Robert T 
71 Vacant Sept 12. 1912 

73 Knoppe Henry 

74 Howard George 

75 Jones John 

77 Treadham Frazier s 

79 McMillan Roy G 

Rye Ola Bottling Wks 
White Provision Co 

81 Wilson William B 

85 V.ncnnt Sont 12. 1912 



Gerard Av Begins 

89 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

90 Dollar Henry A 

91 Sweat Jessie Mrs 
93 Anderson Joseph B 
95 Sheppard Annie (c) 



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12 Ziegler Paul A 

14 Kerns Harry E 

15 Evans Sophie Mrs 

17 Campbell Patrick 

18 Warnock E lone Miss 

21 Stevens Elisha 

22 Herzberg Myron 

23 Arnold John S 
26 Morris Max 

30 Lester Frank F 
34 Kauffman Ira 
36 Hendrick Lemuel A 
42 Corley William W 
46 Stockwell Lewis M 
49 Watson Joseph M 

55 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 

56 Champe Charles L 
58 Mulkey Homer P 

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11 Moore Lizzie (c) 
14 Woodson George W Rev (c) 
16 Hubbard Frances (c) 
18 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
20 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

Gardner Intersects 
53 Smith Alfred (c) 
55 Hall Lucy (c) 
57 Brown Beulah (c) 
59 Green Lilla (c) 
61 Russell Effie (c) 
63 Crowder Annie (c) 
65 Patterson John (c) 
67 Davis Mary (c) 
70 Grant Eudora (c) 

Mary Intersects 

72 Roberson Mattie (c) 

73 Arnold Ola (c) 

74 Gant Julia (c) 
76 Dixon Caroline (c) 
78 Phillips Charles (c) 

80 Bennett Henry (c) 

81 Bankhead Marcus (c) 
84 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

86 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

87 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

Arthur Intersects 
93 Smith Mahalia Cc) 
105 Vettisrer Willia™ 



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Roy Intersects 

207 Harris Young (c) 

211 Carmichael John H (c) 

213 Wood Green (c) 

215 Owens James (c). 

217 Brazil Nora (c) 

228 White Dora (c) 




HUDGINS ALLEY, from 241 
Glenn s, 1 w of Cooper 



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17 Ethridge John S 

18 Shindlebower Mary E Mrs 

19 Sewe'll Fred I 

23 Simpson William B 
25 Reeves Houston C 
27 Stanfleld William F 
35 Ellis William E 

37 Millsap Rufus D 

38 Chandler Thomas S 
42 Tatum George A 



HULL, from 209 Luckie n to 164 
Simpson, 1 w of Hayden, paved 
with macadam, sewerage 

throughout 



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HULSEY, from 17 Rhodes n to 52 
Foundry, 1 w of Sou Ry, paved 
with granite blocks through- 
out 

51 Bell Myrtle Madam 
Manhattan Av Intersects 

54 Russell Charles F 

55 Sharpton Martha A Mrs 

56 Saad Najeeb G 
58 Saliba Ralph 

Magnolia Intersects 
80 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
82 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
84 Ponder Mary (c) 
86 Ponder Mary (c) 



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HUMPHRIES, from 494 White- 
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McDaniel, paved with granite 
blocks from Whitehall to 
Glenn, macadam from White- 
hall to Greensferry av, sewer- 
age from Greensferry av to 



Peters and Whitehall to Rock- 
well, water from Greensferry 
av to intersection of Sou Ry 
and Murphy 

Going North West 

Peters Intersects 

A & XV P R R Intersects 

C of Ga R R Intersects 

21 King Lessie (c) 

22 Elder Flournoy (c) 
24 Burke James W (c) 
26 Childs Daniel (c) 
28 Garrison Lilla (c) 
30 Bell Henry (c) 

32 Calhoun Martin L <c) 

Gemunden Ends 

33 Sanders Sallie (c) 

34 Lewis Sarah (c) 

35 Scott Beatrice 

36 Rogers Louise (c) 

37 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
39 Jones Emaline (c) 

41 Haines Howard (c) 

42 Fair Haven Chr Ch (c) 

43 Heard Ethel (c) 
45 Bazell Richard 

Kulirt Ends 

48 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

49 Dorsey Mattie (c) 

50 Tucker Bettie (c) 

51 Crawford James A (c) 

52 Kramer Benjamin 

53 Hunnicutt Jane (c) 
53-A Hill Ike (c) 

Chapel Intersects 

54 Kramer Benjamin 

56 Warren Chapel M E Ch (c) 

61 Moland Eli CO 

61-A Moland Norman (c) 

62 Jackson Alice (c) 

63 Jones Mary (c) 

65 Griffin Wade (c) 

66 Lovett Byron (c) 

67 Peters James (c) 
68-A Wilson Mary (c) 
68-B Thomas Mattie (c) 
68-C Camp Joseph (c) 

71 Houseworth Francis (c) 
72-A Davis Lizzie (c) 
72-B Thomas Lena (c) 
72-C Martin Edward (c) 
72-D Marshal Samuel (c) 
74-A Higgins Thomas (o) 
74-B Mays Carrie (c) 
75 Keith Alice (c) 
76-D Reid Fannie (c) 

81 Berger Joseph 

82 Howard Mary (c) 

Llherty Begins 

85 Jines Henry (c) 

86 Devine Lizzie (c) 

87 Berry Edward (c) 

88 Lloyd William (c) 

89 Russell James L (c) 

94 Latham Richard (c) 

95 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
97 Holland Gertrude (c) 
97-A Bell Ira (c) 

100 Powell Charles W Dr (c) 

Siler Henry (c) 
103 Stafford Primus (c) 
105 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
107 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
Going South 

17 Brantley Augustus H Dr 

18 Wright William A 

19 Walker Madison A 

20 Cowan David A 



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22 Brown William F 

23 Tyson Moses B 

25 Bankston Luther J 

26 Daniel Cammie W 
29 Godin Ellison C 

32 Wilson R M 

33 Haney John H 

34 Moles Nelson L. 

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35 Howell Allie Mrs 

36 Waldrip Jessie T 
39 Carey Walter E (c) 

45 Bell James (c) 

46 Brown Edward (c) 

47 Hall Mary (c) 

48 Thomas Estelle (c) 

49 Jones Mary E (c) 

50 Smith Walter J 

52 Marable Samuel (c) 

52 Mj Calhoun Andrew (c) 

53 Suttles Henrietta (c) 

56 St Paul A M E (c) 

57 Heard Emeline (c) 

58 Harper William (c) 

59 Green Carrie (c) 

60 Starr William (c) 

61 Nollie Maria (c) 

62 Bell Rogers (c) 

64 Marable Samuel (c) 
67 Pollock Hyman 

Wells Intersects 
72 Zeigler Solomon M Rev (c) 
73-A Fields Mary (c) 
73-B Glass Benjamin J (c) 

74 Ruff Thomas O (c) 

75 Thomas Mabel (c) 
75-A Dibrel Eugene (c) 
78 Calloway Henry C (c) 

80 Wiley George (c) 

81 Jenkins Henrietta (c) 

83 Dozier William H (c) 

84 Henderson Wingfield F (c) 

85 Dozier William H (c) 
S6 Alexander Lewis (c) 

87 Echols Robert (c) 

88 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

90 Atlanta Variety Works 

Morris Intersects 

91 Lovinger Nathan 

92 Hoover-Conrow Aero Co 

94 Smith John (c) 

95 Smith Robert (c) 

96 Gatin Morris (c) 

100 Cheeves Thomas (c) 

101 Carey Mandy (c) 
105 Green John H (c) 
107 Alexander George (c) 
109 White Cora (c) 

111 Hill George W (c) 
113 McDowell Lucinda (c) 

115 Boynton Emma (c) 

116 Cooper Carrie (c) 

117 Favers Bertha <c> 

120 Hudson Sanford »c) 

121 Jones Thomas M (c) 

122 Colcord Lumber Co 
125 Davis Charles (c) 

Glenn Intersects 
Sou Ry Intersects 
173 Hozey J Lafayette 
177 Harrison James 
181 Harrison Charles F 
183 Franklin Alwilda Mrs 
185 Johnson George W 

India Begins 
187 Hewell William J 
189 Ozburn James E 



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Owens Melissa E Mrs 
Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
Bradley Leslie 
Brenner W K & Co 
Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

Stephens Intersects 
Bowen John (c) 
Betterton Ralph E 
Campbell Ivy B 
Browder Calvin M 
Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
Bender Charles H 
Cummings Benjamin 5 
Smith William N 
Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
Hatfield William F 
Atkinson Lee O 
Williams Henry G 
Ricketts Elisha L 
Fretwell John W 
Jones Henry H 
Anderson E William 

Middle Intersects 
Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
Lowry Thomas T 
Thompson Charles M 
Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
Field Addie T Mrs 
Vacant Sept 13, 1912 



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tree w to 500 Marietta, 1 s 
of Pine, paved with macadam, 
sewerage and water through- 
out 
4 Courtney John R 
6 Camp Rufus E 
8 Crenshaw J Bascom 
15 Shirriff George R 
17 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 
19 Brantley Mary Mrs 

Spring Intersects 
42 Ward Arthur (c) 
52 Cook Walter (c) 
52% Bugg Ethan (c) 
54 Harrison Saluda (c) 
54% Childs Maggie (c) 
56 Clinkscale Julia (c) 
60 Robinson Lula C 
62 Hickman Katie (c) 

\\ illianis Intersects 
54 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
64 % Davis Lewis H (c) 
66 Causey John (c) 
68 Hilliard Mary (c) 
70 Moss Susie (c) 
70-A Hawk Mary (c) 

72 Florence Pearl (c) 

73 Beulah Baptist Church (c) 

74 Meade Ella (c) 

75 Collough John H (c) 

76 Martin Robert (c) 
78 Davis Mattie (c) 
80 Murphy Aggie (c) 
S2 Roberson Annie (c) 
S4 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
86 Owens Arthur (c) 
89-A Hightower Annie (c) 
S9-B Pa^e Carrie (c) 
89V2 Logan Hattie (c) 

90 Patterson Maude (c) 

91 Hendrix Clara (c) 
92-A Burgess Betsy (c) 
92-B Kendrick Mary (c) 
93 Collough John H (c) 
94-A Burton Catherine (c) 



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94-B Kendrick Nathan 

95 Jones James (c) 

96 Perry James (c) 

97 Gardner Charity (c) 

98 Hart Walter (c) 
Orme Intersects 

102 Roland Bessie (c) 
104 Freeman Thomas (c) 

106 Jackson Dora (c) 

107 Newson Mattie (c) 

108 Humphrey Carrie (c) 

109 Jones Willis L (c) 

110 Turner Joseph (c) 

111 Grant Richard (c) 

112 Jackson Lula (c) 

113 Vacant Sept 17. 1912 

114 Jeter Lizzie (c) 

Lovejoy Intersects 

115 Dawson Emma (c) 

125 Fowler M Roy 

126 McDade Walter H 

129 Colbert John O 

130 Youngblood Bartow M 

133 Curran Mattie Mrs 

134 Hutchinson Paul H 

137 Grubbs George W 

138 Whitley Thomas J 

Fowler Intersects 
143 Moon Luther H 

147 Hilderbrand William P 

148 Brisendine Walter D 

149 Jeffries Francis (c) 
151 Bradley Henry W 
155 Millican George 

McAfee Intersects 
157 Hollis Edward 
163 Davis Maggie Mrs 
165 Ford William H 
169 Awtry John L 
171 Owens James A 

Venable Intersects 

173 Lynch Sarah E Mrs 

174 Greiniman Nathan 

Luckie Intersects 
180 Landmon George T 
182 Cox Mary E Mrs 
184 Defreese William E 
193 Payne Memorial Church 
195 Hutchinson Mary E Mrs 
199 Norman John W 

202 Hudson James A 

203 Lyon Emma V Mrs 

206 McCroskey William E 

207 Flournoy John R 

208 Pease Harry E 

Plum Begins 
215 Gober Ida Mrs 



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HUNT, from 290 E Pine n to 214 
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Jackson, paved with chert 
North av to Ponce de Leon av, 
water throughout 
5 Bass Walter B 
31 Dunken Dave (c) 
33 Thomas Sallie (c) 

Merritts Av Intersects 
37 Austin Jerry (c) 
40-A Jones Mary (c) 
40-B Cooley John (c) 
43 Hardy C Jackson Rev (c) 
44-A Conner Benjamin F (c) 
44-B Smith James (c) 
48-A Watkins Frank (c) 



48-B Pyrom William (c) 
50-A Haygood William (c) 
50-B Collins Robert (c) 

Linden Av Intersects 
75 Peschau John B 
78 Kimball Walker H 
82 Smaw William H 

North Av Intersects 
110 McCollister William T 



HUNTER, from 64 Whitehall, e 
to 47 Oakland av, and w to 
limits, 1 s of Alabama 
West — Paved with granite blk 
from Whitehall to Elliott, chert 
from Elliott to Davis and 
Tattnall to West View Ceme- 
tery, sewerage from Ashby to 
Sunset av, Tattnall to Man- 
gum, Madison to Broad, water 
Elliott to Maple and Tattnall 
to Ashby 

East — Paved with granite blk 
from Whitehall to Oakland 
Cemetery, sewerage Pryor to 
Washington, Capitol av to 
Oakland Cemetery, water from 
Madison av to Oakland Ceme- 
tery 

Going East 
10 Morgan Emory A 
14 Ryan M & Co 
14 y. Pickert Plumbing Co 
16 Lace House The 
17-19-21 Kiser M C Co 
20 Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

23 Loftis & Boatenreiter 
Mechanics Supply Co 

23 y 2 Girardeau Charles H 

24 Graves Antoine (c) 

25 Robinson Chas S Furn Co 
29 Carlos & Poulos 

29 M. Brown Walter R 
Boswell Herbert J 

36 Smith Thomas J 

37 Court House (new) 

Pryor Intersects 
40 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 
42-44 Stewart Andrew P 

45 American Lunch Room 

46 McClellan Walter B 

47 Lynch John H 
47 1 /. Trout John 

Sims Homer H 

48 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 
48 y 2 Fulton Discount Co 

Atlanta Nov Box Lunch Co 

49 Poole Harry G 
50-60 Harrison Co, The 
53 Stewart & Hunt 
55 Truitt William J 
57 Moore James M 
57% Beavers Club 

59 Lee William F 
61 Chinese Free Mason Asso 
61 V> Georgia Investment Co 
63 Broyles Robert A 

Central Av Intersects 
70 Southern Printing Co 
72 Fulton County Supply 
74 Greenlea George C 
76 Pierce Josie A Mrs 
79 Kennedy Robert F Rev 
81-3 Karwisch J M 
82 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

85 Cadilac House 

86 Perkins Mary A Mrs 
Washington Intersects 



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Berlin Charles 




Piedmont Av W Ends 




Tropp Abraham 




Capitol Av Begins 


290 


Hickson Frederick A 


120 


Int Harv Co of Am Inc 


291 


Norton Josephine Mrs 


129 


Ray Frank C 


294 


Mitchell Bert 


139 


Elliott Lewis B 


295 


Connolly Henry T 


141 


Dlckert David M 


299 


Connolly Agnes Mrs 


143 


Vacant Sept 19, 1912 




Lambden William H 


143% Fortune D Edy Dr 


302 


Cong Shairith Israel 


145 


King Young 


305 


Smith John W 


147 


Capitol Barber Shop 


305 


Cook Samuel U 


149 


Thomson William C 


306 


Veilhaber Recy A Mrs 




Central Plaee Begin* 


309 


Goldstein Max 


151 


Portwood James B 




Seigle Solomon 




Fraser Begins 


311 


Rosoff David J 


153 


Thomas & Harvill 


313 


Zveiben Benjamin 


155 


Dowda Julius L 


315 


Linlev William T 




Butler Ends 




Hill Intersects 


156 


Swift Specific Company The 


316 


Harris John D 


157 


Thomas & Harvill 


319 


Persons Tonny R 


164 


Banks Rhody (c) 


320 


Nail Herman E 


165 


Vacant Sept 4. 1912 


321 


Roco Vincent C 


167 


Gates Henry L 


322 


Parker Reuben A 


167 


Vb Saxon James P (c) 


327 


Ambrose James C 


168 


Lowe Jane (c) • 


329 


Johnson John A Dr 


169 


Cohen Philip 


330 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


173 


Barbieri Tarquino 


334 


Cook John T 




Klngsley Begins 


337 


Persons Amos T 


175 


Grier Louis (c) 


340 


Standard Ophelia Mrs 


177 


Gate City Coal Co 


340 % Rowell 


179 


Hill Silas F 




Fort Intersects 


182 


Taylor Flora J Mrs 


341 


Mangum Susan R Mrs 


185- 


-89 Cherokee M & G Works 


342 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


188 


Diamond Isaac 


342y 2 Robbins William J 




Satterfield Rufus 


343 


Vandergriff James M 


191 


Sinkovitz Aaron 


347 


Wender Joseph 




Terry Intersects 


351 


Woodward James G 


194 


Atl Baggage & Cab Co Stab 


353 


Silverblank George 


195 


Smith Euphemia A Mrs 


355 


Park Marvin C 


201 


Kessner Benjamin 


359 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


203 


Rauzin Joel B 


360 


Bell Rosa (c) 


208 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


363 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


209 


Buchanan Pleasant J 


365 


Stanton Ernest S 


211 


Horwitz Isador D 


367 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


214 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


371 


Cardin R L W 


216 


-18 Dittler Bros 


372 


Kelley Thomas B 




Martin Intersects 


373 


Hadley Andres S 


219 


Walker William A 


374 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


220 


Wells Susan A Mrs 


376 


Warren <fc Turner 


224 


Kessler Eliza Mrs 


377 


Vacant Sept 6, 1912 


225 


Harden Annie Mrs 




Grant Intersects 


228 


DeLoach Essie M Mrs 


378 


McGarity Joseph 




Gower Luther G 




Williams James 


229 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


381 


Barnes Columbus G 


231 


Hewitt Edward M 


383 


Curtis Ellen Mrs 


232 


Christian Hattie Mrs 


384 


Brooksher Riley 




Haskins Bettie W Mrs 


385 


Porter Fanning (c) 


233 


Waskowitz Hyman 


387 


Bryant Lucie (c) 


235 


Friedman Samuel 


388 


Pittman Simon (c) 


237 


Cohen Isaac 


389 


Hunter Sarah (c) 


241 


Blass Maurice 


390 


Brown William 


245 


Kelson Nathan 




George Intersects 


249 


Zimmerman Samuel 


393 


Cooper Rufus (c) 


251 


Shurman Joseph 


394 


Haynes George (c) 




King Intersects 


396 


Elder William (c) 


256 


Vacant Sept 12, 1912 


397 


Brown Nicy (c) 


257 


Daher George S 


398 


Brown John (c) 


260 


Friedman Charles 


399 


Wolfork Louise (c) 


265 


Skipper Thomas S 


400 


Jones Robert L 


268 


Vielhaver Herman 


402 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


269 


Lynn Rachel Mrs 


403 


Cohn Harry 


275 


Cohen Arthur 


405 


Spearman Thomas G 


279 


Geffen Tobias Rabbi 


406 


Vacant Sept 4, 1912 


280 


Wheeler Hattie Mrs 




Oakland Cemetery 


283 


Clein Isaac 




Going: West 


284 


Wilson Mary E Mrs 


10 


Central Fruit & Produce Co 




Moore Intersects 


20 


Barnes J J Fain & Co 


285 


Levy Cecil 


24 


Bradv J D & Bro 




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^■i 1 /^ Hinton Hotel 
26 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 
28 Fisher John 

Forsyth Intersects 
36 Price & Nessmith 

40 y 2 Wellborn & Hooper 

41 Atlanta Label Co 

43 Terminal Cabinet Shop 

45 Rhodes-Wood Furn Co whs 

46 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
46 Vi Hayes Jimmie Mrs 
48 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

53 Atlanta Blacksmithing Co 
56 Union News Co 
56 V 2 Madison Hotel 

58 Adair John W 
Battle Hill Dairy 

59 Ward-Truitt Co 
Madison Av Intersects 

Terminal R R Tracks Intersect 
Elliott Intersects 

96 Richie Dora H (c) 

98 Smith Maude (c) 

00 Thomas Henry (c) 

01 Atlanta Structural Steel Co 
10 Woodall Leila (c) 

Mangnm Intersects 

31 A B & A Freight Depot 

32 Walker J Edward 
36 Huckaby Charles T 
38 Reynolds Lula Mrs 

42 Vacant Sept 16. 1912 
46 Lites Herbert E 
50 McKenney M Annie Mrs 

Haynes Intersects 
61 Slemons John H 
63 Dupont Charles E 

67 Akins James (c) 

68 James Charles (c) 

69 Edwards Preston (c) 

71 Sherman James (c) 

72 Morgan Howard W (c) 

74 James Vernon (c) 

75 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

76 Freeman Henry (c) 

80 Davis Lora (c) 
Davis Intersects 

81 Pope George 
84 Brown William F 
87 Lynch Mamie (c) 
89 Hill Vina (ci 

91 Shepherd John (c) 

92 Lanier James (c) 

93 Carter Mollie (c) 

94 Douglas Jefferson (c) 

95 Baker Mary (c) 

97 Donald Mattie <c) 

99 Perry Esther (c) 

200 Anderson Marcellus M 

201 Shocklev Manda (c) 
204 Walker John (c) 

206 Newton Mamie (c) 

207 Terry Benjamin (c) 
209 Jackson Wesley <c> 
210-B Vacant Sept 17. 1912 
212 Hunter Joshua W (c) 

214 Mitchell Jefferson (c) 

215 Harrell Nannie (c) 
217 Hill Joseph W (c) 
219 Jackson Elie (c) 

223 Bvrd Solomon (c) 

224 DeLaney John (c) 
226 Blalock Joseph H (c) 

229 Watts Mary J (c) 

230 Wyman CorneHute Cc) 

231 McLendon Charles <c) 

232 Simmons Arthur (c) 



232 i/a Maddox Nora (c) 

234 Darden Ellen (c) 

235 Terry John (c) 

236 Middlebrooks Amanda (c) 

237 Kellogg Frank (c) 
237-A Walker Ernest (c) 

239 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

240 Byrd Annie (c) 

241 Gillyard Berry Rev (c) 

Maple Intersects 
244 Holliday Wallace W (c) 
246 Ross Ella (c) 
248 Chalmers Lizzie (c) 
250 Jemson James R 
252 Spivy Mose (c) 
254 Darden Noah (c) 
256 Harrison Mary (c) 
258 Flowers Van (c) 
260 Tonsill Amanda (c) 
262 Davis John (c) 

Atlanta University (c) 
Tattnall Ends 
Sunset Av Renins 
355 Simmons Susie (c) 
357 Fambrough Oscar (c) 
361 Jones William H 
363 Hill Thomas (c) 
369 Davis Anthony J 
373 Jackson Emory (c) 
375 Ross John O (c) 
381 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

Griffin Intersects 
401 Carey Matilda 
405 Ross John O (c) 
407 Harrison Edward A (c) 
409 Carter George (c) 
411 Gardner John 

Chestnut Intersects 
421 Thomas Dreyton (c) 
421 y. Smith Robert R (c) 
423 Key Washington (c) 
425 Shehee Magnus (c) 
434-A Amos George (c) 
434-B Stinson William (c) 

435 W Hunter Baptist Church 

436 Williams Samuel (c) 
436-A Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

Doray Intersects 
438 Levin Harris 
440 Ray James (c) 

Leach Begins 

445 Reid Bartley (c) 

446 Gilham Janie (c) 

447 Cook Martha (c) 

448 Peek Henry J (c) 

449 Cason Lottie (c) 

450 Shocklin Henry T (c) 

452 Byfield Benjamin F 

453 Crawford Richard (c) 
461 Vacant Sept 7. 1912 

Taliaferro Intersects 
463 Landers Hosea M 

465 Childress, Julia Mrs 

466 Akridge James K 

468 Westbrook Oscar 

469 Tolhurst George M Dr 

470 Peacock Matthias Jr 
Mayson & Turner Av Intersects 

472 Brannon & Brannon 
476 Garber Elijah 
482 Bullard William F 
484 Harwell James H 
486 Hall James O 

492 Peacock Matthias 

493 Pickett M Thomas 
497 Lilley Francis E 
499 Haynie Robert J 



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Hart Belva D Mrs 
Williams Ernest A (c) 
Davis James (c) 
Brown Oharles F (c) 
Quarterman Leonard (c) 
Lowry- Philip B 
Lewis Charles (c) 
Carden Willie Mrs 
Edwards Henry C (c) 
Jenkins Welborn V (c) 
Fountain Matthew H (c) 
Johnston W C 

Ashfoy Intersects 
O'Donnell John J 
Hallman John C 
Hellings Nancy E Mrs 
Dahl Arvid 
Nash Gordon S 
Collum Owen E 
Cason William M 
Horton Richard C 



HUNTER W (Battle Hill), con- 
tinuation of W Hunter 

8 Stevens Wade C 

9 Bruce Minerva (c) 

I A \ II H Intersects 
12 Belden Mary (c) 
18 Lilev Frederick J 
20 Smith Thomas J 
24 Clay John (c) 
40 Taylor George (c) 

Matuewson Ends 
Chapel Av Begins 
Wellington Av Ends 
118 Jones George C 

Joe Johnson Av Ends 
Racine Ends 
171 Fishback William T 

174 Spratlin Edward A 

175 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
West Lake Av Begins 

191 Walker George W 



HURT, from Ga R R, n to Euclid 
av, Inman Park, paved with 
macadam throughout, sewerage 
from DeKalb to Poplar Cir- 
cle, water from DeKalb av to 
Euclid av 
1 Hinton H T & Co 
3 Brooks William S 
9 Smith Josephine L Mrs 
11 Smith Ida G Mrs 
15 Kiser Alva D 

19 Daniel Leonidas J 

Edgewood Av Ends 

20 Harris Florence C Mrs 

23 Enloe Gillespie 

24 Martin Thomas A 
27 Bradley M Howard 

29 George Henrv W 

30 Beem Arthur Q 
34 Smith Lillian Mrs 

40 Lowe Clifford M Mrs 
50 Newill William E 

55 Chapman Edward M 

Poplar Circle Begins 

56 Floding George A 
60 Allen Scott W 

62 Brooks John B 

64 Cameron Nathan M 

79 Wright S B Jr 
Benton Herman A 
Bussey Henson E 

80 Evers John F 

Euclid Av Intersects 
83 Boscobel Apartments 



Marentette Joseph L 
Landauer Cecil Miss 
Stephens Guy W 
Hicks Lucien 
Ogletree Lillian Miss 
97 Dudley Samuel D 
101 Murphy Carl M 
105 Pierce Edward A 

109 Alexander Wyley C 
Waverly Way Intersects 

110 Hubert Benjamin H 
112 Clayton Eliza P Mrs 

115 Guinn Ella D Mrs 

116 Stockard Lucy Y 




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IXDALE PLACE, from Arlington 
av s to Avon av, one w of Mil- 
dred av, water throughout 

3 Zellars Thomas E 
32 Bradberry Benjamin F 
34 Gibson Charles 
36 Bodiford Homer E 
38 Richardson W James 
43 Eskew John B 
45 Jordan William P 



INDIA, from 270 S Humphries w 
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INDIANA AV (Edgewood), from 
Arizona av e to city limits, 2 
n of DeKalb av 

1 Smoak Paul R 

2 Morgan Lawrence 
4 Poole Elijah 

10 Smith Joseph A 
INDUSTRY, on College Park car 
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INMAX (B H). changed to Ley 
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5 Gibson Emmett H 

12 Wallace Roland M 

13 Griffith John B 

14 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

15 Westbrook Jerome F 

16 Dollar John E 

18 Pittman Henrv E 

20 Brooks William C 

21 Key Claude T 

22 Hilburn Franklin F 

23 Routt Ansel M 

28 Landers Thomas A 
Sells Av Begins 
32 Cooper Ralph 
34 Gordon James L 
36 Cooper Orezan Z 
38 Beverlv John R 
40 Bell William R 
42 Wood John F 
45 McDonnald Hexie E 



INMAX AV, from 525 Courtland 
e to Fort, 1 n of Linden, paved 
with macadam from Piedmont 
to Myrtle, sewerage Piedmont 
to Fort 



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23 Anderson Thomas J 
31 Cosgrove Wil'iams L 
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INMAN CIRCLE — Cont'd 

Seventeenth Intersect* 

89 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
93 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

239 Watson Lindsey D 

245 Ewing Jones H 



INMAN PARK, e end of Edge- 
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IRA, from 68 Hood s to Univer- 
sity av, 1 w of Windsor, paved 
with macadam from Hood to 
Georgia av, sewerage and wa- 
ter from Hood to Eads 
2 Mayfleld David L 
4 Southern Furniture Ex 
6 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
11 Mercer John T 
13 Holt Walter C 
15 Stephens Noah D 
17 Watts Walter A 

Gregg Hegins 
21 Brazil John M 
23 Hadley Earl R 
25 Jackson William J 
27 Hadley Mary L Mrs 
34 Essie McKinney (c) 
38 Perkerson Jennie (c) 
40 Strong Hattie (c) 

43 Sorrells Homer D 

44 Capital City Laundry Stbls 

45 Cain James M 

Richardson Intersects 
80 Riess William A 
82 Hogan George L 
86 Price Jesse S 
90 Suttles Elie P 

94 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

95 Shropshire Edward F 
97 Ira Street School 

99 Harper George C 

100 Hicks Emma Mrs 

Crumley Intersects 

101 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

104 Duncan Sarah (c) 

105 Palm William (c) 

106 Lazenby Kitt (c) 
106 Jacobs Harry 

108 Cochrane Andrew (c) 

110 Henderson Florida (c) 

111 White William (c) 

112 Adams Emmett (c) 

113 Howell Frank (c) 

115 Reid Eva (c) 

116 Logan Ann (c) 

120 Smith Wonnie (c) 

121 Wyatt Roland (c) 

122 Carney Sallie (c) 

123 Gantt Mattie (c) 

124 Menefee James (c) 



125 Davis Perry (c) 

126 Arnold Watson (c) 

127 Smith Kate (c) 

128 Mitchell Josie (c) 

129 Jones Mary (c) 

130 Wortham Hewlet (c) 

131 Carroll George W (c) 

132 Tuggle Martha (c) 

133 Carroll George W (c) 

134 Redding Lizzie (c) 

135 Woods Isaac (c) 

136 Wetherford William J 

137 Bell Lillie (c) 

138 Wetherford William J 

Glenn Intersects 

139 McAfee Milton (c) 

140 Woods James F (c) 

141 Lee John (c) 

143 Allen Lillie (c) 

144 Wyatt Grover (c) 
144-B Mitchell Charles (c) 

145 Durban Robert B (c) 

146 Freeman John (c) 

147 Jackson William H (c) 

150 Smith Jesse (c) 

151 Adams George W (c) 

152 Mobitt Alfred (c) 

153 Barnes Irving (c) 

154 Renwick Daniel (c) 

155 Carroll George (c) 

156 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

157 Epps Frank (c) 

158 King Frank (c) 

160 Blake Rosa (c) 

161 Harris Abraham (c) 

164 Freeman Nathan (c) 

165 Carroll Horace (c) 

166 Jackson Lula (c) 
169 Blanton Thomas (c) 

Georgia Av Intersects 

174 Ungar Bernard 

175 Griffith Paul (c) 

178 Perdue Margaret A Mrs 

179 Jennings James C (c) 

180 Owens Warren E 

181 Peacock Comer C 

183 Darnell William L 

184 Waddell William A 

185 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

187 Bowden James F 

188 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

189 Rucker Isaac (c) 

190 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

191 Banks Simuel (c) 

192 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

194 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

195 Meier John J 

196 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

197 McGuire Patrick J 

198 Beach Mary E Mrs 

200 Peek William T 

201 Grantham Harvey P 
201-A White Arthur A 

202 Crenshaw John W 

203 Wilcox John W 
203-A Norrell Edward L 
205 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
205-A Blackstock J Monroe 

Gads Intersects 
215 Irving Robert 
217 Hollis Thomas W 

221 Carroll George D 

222 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

224 Lamb William 

225 Knight James C 

226 Bell Nancy D Mrs 

227 Neal C Walter 

228 Hinson Laniza Mrs 



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231 McNeal Mamie Mrs 
233 Sullivan Edgar E 
235 Bowden Albert M 

238 Daty Corrine Mrs 

239 Turner Florence C Mrs 

240 Hanie William 

Stephens Intersects 
263-65 Burton Margaret Miss 

Southern Ry Intersects 
283 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
285 Duncan John (c) 
287 Partee Lizzie (c) 
289 Tuggle John (c) 

Rockwell Intersects 
309 Bruce John (c) 
311 Andrews John (c) 
313 Pye Charles (c) 
319 Peacock Minnie (c) 
331 King Edward G (c) 
333 Howell James (c) 
34 8 Preddy Frank (c) 

Gardner Intersects 

349 Wright Gabriel W (c) 

350 Williams Green (c) 

354 Sims Henry (c) 

355 Weems Henry (c) 
357 Berticks Pit (c) 
359 Broomhead Mary (c) 
361 Bridges Turner (c) 
363 Murrell Murphey C (c) 
367 Hutchinson Carnelius (c) 
373 Traylor Aaron (c) 

377 Byrd Walter (c) 

Mary Intersects 
383 Pittsburg Public School (c) 
405 Fletcher Robert (c) 
Arthur Intersects 

410 Winston Shem H (c) 

411 Ellis James (c) 

412 Stranglin Robert (c) 

413 Andrews Mary (c) 
415 Russell William (c) 
417 Coles Henry W (e) 
419 Barber Sophie (c) 
422 Day Washington (c) 

Amy or Delavan Intersects 
424 Butler Annie (c) 
430 Dorsey Milton (c) 
433-A Kirby Conyers (c) 
433-B Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
435-A Vacant Sept 6. 1912 
435-B Phillips Ella (c) 

436 Evans Augustus (c) 

437 Bowden Fletcher let 

Fletcher Intersects 

438 Hardin Robert (c) 
440-A Bowden Roderick 
440-B Marsh Frank (c) 

445 Reid Spalding B (c) 

446 Strickland Harriet (c) 
455 Shelby Thomas 



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IRENE AV, from 184 E Merritts 
av, n to E Linden 

1 Jones Alexander M 

2 Hall Irene S Mrs 

5 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

6 Harrison James B 
Merritts Av Intersects 

7 Whitworth William H 

8 Mullins Clifford W 

11 Vacant Sept 9. 1912 

12 Hadden Nesbitt 

14 Donaldson Gordon W 

15 Niles Ario V 

16 Finley John F 

20 Grizzard William J 



IRWIN, from 194 Fort e to Laki? 
av, 2 n of Auburn av, paved 
with macadam from Hilliard 
to Jackson and Boulevard to 
Lake av, sewerage from Fort 
to Sampson, water from Hous- 
ton to Lake av 
1 Williams Marie (c) 
3 Smith Marion G (c) 
9 Butler Benjamin (c) 
21 Harris Sherman H (c) 
23 Harper Louis J (c) 
29 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 
31 Carolee Alexander 

Hilliard Intersects 
33 Ralls Ada T Mrs 
37 Mauthe Belle Mrs 

40 Sullins Arthur J 

41 Bone William H 

44 Vacant Sept 29, 1912 

45 Hitchner Chester W 

46 Burnham Arthur N 

47 Stocks James D 

51 Florence William A 

54 Harris Hattie P Mrs 

55 Correll William B 

57 Christian James E 

58 Griggs Charles J 

59 Clay Hal A 

65 Brand William M 

66 Green James W 

67 Hagan Frank 

70 McHan Thomas W 
Jackson Intersects 

76 Atlanta Radiator Co 

94 Kinard Martin J 

98 Lynch Mary E Mrs 
104 Gillam Wiley S 
106 Taylor Nannie Mrs 
110 Camp William J 
114 Adams George L 
121 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

Boulevard Intersects 
141 Banks Charles B (c) 
145 Sills Rosa Lee (c) 
147 Glass Rogers (c) 
152 Fincher James (c) 
155 Belvin Emanuel L 

Hogne Ends 
157-9 Berman Israel 

160 Thomas Miles S (c) 

161 Raines Thomas (c) 

162 Kemp Essig (c) 

163 Coffer Walter (c) 

164 Freeman William M (c) 

165 Taylor Arthur (c) 

168 Williams Mary (c) 

169 Reynolds Ella L (c) 
171 McCaskill Alexander 
173 Sanders Alma (c) 
175 Sanders Mildred E (c) 

178 Harris Emma (c) 

179 Foster Charles H (c) 

Howell Intersects 
181 Ingram Samuel L Rev 
183 Smith William (c) 

185 Callaway Marina (c) 

186 Dickerson Robert (c) 

188 Cunningham Thomas 

189 Thorpe Nettie (c) 

190 Freeman Henry C (c) 
192 Jackson Olyn (c) 
194 Crawford David (c) 
194-A Mickens Katie (c) 

196 Drake Ira (c) 

197 Johnson Steven (c) 




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Lee Emma (c) 
-A Hampton Haywood (c) 
Harnes Elmore C Rev (c) 
Wright George (O 
Smith Mattie (c) 

Bradley Ends 
Butler Marie (c) 
Culpepper Warren (c) 
Moss Savannah (c) 
Jackson Hattie (c) 
Lumpkin Fred (c) 
Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
Grant Letetia (c) 
Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
Williams Fannie (c) 
Thomas Eugene (c) 

Harris Charles (c) 
•B Gray Mack (c) 

Lyons Jossie (c) 
■A Hightower John (c) 

Thomas Mary (c) 
A Moore Waddie (c) 
Randolph Intersects 

Feldman Samuel H 
-28 Solomon Augutus T (c) 
■A Pettis Frances (c) 
■B Reeves Abraham (c) 

Stokes Henry (c) 

McKay John (c) 

McWhorter Nancy (c) 

Scott Phillip E (c) 

Aaron Charles (c) 

Randolph James (c) 

Freeman Joseph 

Williams Sylvster (c) 

Pratt Charles . (c) 

Johnson William (c) 

Randall Lizzie (c) 

Broomfleld John (c - ) 

Anderson Andrew (c) 

Green Moses (c) 

Lewis Lillie (c) 

Moore James (c) 

Pruitt Janie (c) 
-A Lazenby Thomas (c) 

Hurd Liza (c) 

Pharroll Robert E (c) 

Lyons George (c) 

Williams Annie (c) 

Scott Frank (c) 

Floyd John (c) 

Lyons Harvey (c) 

Smith & Etheridge 

Harden Fannie (c) 

Inman, Akers & Inman 

Mitchell Georgia (c) 

Dickson Ernest (c) 

Gay Ora (c) 

Mintee William (c) 

Reed Lizzie (c) 

Reynolds Isaac Cc) 

Jetter Myrtice (c) 

Chapman Ella (c) 
Sampson Begins 
Auburn At Ends 

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1 Vacant Oct 23. 1912 

5 Epps John 

9 Vacant Oct 23, 1912 
13 Vacant Oct 23, 1912 



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Mayson 

Edgewood School 
50 Bell Arthur S 
53 Camp Leonard F 
63 Nash James D 
71 Whitaker William H 
Whitefoord Av Intersects 

164 Burton William K 

165 Gunter William A 

166 Morgan James O 
175 Vacant Oct 29, 1912 
185 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

1400 Smith Charles V 
1402 Polk Lawrence 
1424 Terry Charles H 

Brooks Geneva Mrs 
1426 Brown John C 



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e to Mell av. 1 n of DeKalb av 



IVY, from 66 Decatur, n to 339 
Peachtree, 1 e of Pryor, paved 
with granite throughout, sew- 
erage and water throughout 

3y 2 Dukes Thomas (c) 

5 Finklestein Harris 

7 Keith Perry A (c) 

9 Moy Charles 

10 Keith Perry A (c) 

11 Clark Mattie (c) 

12 Thomas Henry (c) 

12 y 2 Great Northern Hotel (c) 
13-15 Haynes George W (c) 
14 Crim Alfred L (c) 

17 Bieser David F 

18 Hunter John W (c) 
Lyons Patrick 

19 Haynes George W (c) 
19-A Leslie William M (c) 

21 Vacant Sept 28, 1912 

22 Daniel Bessie (c) 

23 McCollough Pool 
25 McCauley John (c) 

27 Parks Simon 

28 Lynch James 

Exchange Place Ends 
29% Frazier William (c) 
31-33 Caralee Alexander 
35 Vacant Sept 28, 1912 
35 y» Jackson David A (c) 
37-39 Morrow Trans & Sto Co 
41-43 Rinehart Elec A & B Co 
Gilmer Begins 
Edgewood Av Intersects 

51 Mason's Annuity 

52 Antonios Antonio 

53 Anlanta Dental College 

54 Norton Henry J 
59 Nunnally Co, The 
63-65 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
66 Gouge Charles A 

66 % Roper Joel C Co 

68 Haverty Furniture Co 

69 Evans Williams E (c) 
Hamilton Alexander D (c) 

69% Bridger Edward B 

70 Southern Dorris Co 

71 Turner William R 
71% Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
74 Atlanta Welding Co 

76 Atlanta Radiator Co 

Auburn Av Intersects 
84 Bombayreed Mfg & Imp Co 
89 Healy William T 
92 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

97 Peck F Josenhine Mrs 

98 Miles James H 

99 Pickard Alice A Mrs 
102 Battle Lessie S Mrs 



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104 Fomby Mima Mrs 
107 Stanley Samuel H 

110 Windsor The 

111 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

HollNlOll I II I <Tv,-.l N 

124 Wellington The 
Adams John D 
Prltchett John H 
Adams George E 
MacEachron J Reginald 
Powers Frederick M 
Crowell Frederick B 

127 Barber Frederick L 

129 Rand Parker B 

130 McLaren William J 

131 Hampton Margaret J Mrs 
133-35 Ralney Carrie L Mrs 
134-A Hartsfield Robert L 
134-B Gilliam Frank F 
134-C Bell Mary Mrs 

134-D Muller Arrie Mrs 

137 Int Acheson Graphite Co 

141 Cole Ida Mrs 

147 Asbury Clara V Mrs 

155 Martinique The 

Kills InterNeets 
162 Smith Annie M Mrs 

164 Currier Apartments 

165 Foster Beatrice Miss 

167 Thomas Margaret J Mrs 

168 Johnson Mary Mrs 
168-A Hammock Leslie IT 

169 Brazzell Hiram 

170 Gabel Abram M 
170-B Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

172 Drake Annie M Mrs 

173 Prigin Oscar G 

174 Braswell Mae Miss 

175 Arthur Adelia Mrs 
177 Solms Emma Mrs 
176-78 Faustman Joseph 
179 Rogers Carrie L Mrs 
181 Vacant Sept 27. 1912 
183 Chadwick Eulalie Mrs 

Cain luicrsi , is 
185 Foreacre Eula G Mrs 

187 Temple Charles H 

188 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

189 Mathews Sarah Mrs 

190 Thompson Leveritt B 
192-98 Butler Annie Mrs 

195 Oglethorpe Apartments 
Mason May T Mrs 
Newman H Glover 
Northern W Wallace 
Chase William W 
Dickenson Lucile R Mrs 
Turner Boswell B 
Murrell John W 
Phelps John 

Oglesby Tinsley 
Regenstein Meyer 

196 Stewart Mariorie S Mrs 

197 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

199 Ivy Street School 

200 Thomas Lottie Miss 

206 Williams Annie E Mrs 

207 Meyer M Alice Mrs 

209 Tree Thomas W 

210 Newcomer Flor;i Mrs 

211 Bedford James W 

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215 Georgian Apartments 
Saunders ,T Frank Mrs 
Kennedy R J 

"'lineman Gertrude H Mrs 
Brooks M E Mrs 



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Fuller C H 
Fuller George H 
223 Hinton William D 

225 Greer Moses 

226 McDowell Edward 
230 Hope George M 

235 Cox Katie Mrs 

236 Adkins Jane Mrs 
240 Blodgett Edwin F Mrs 
246 Barclay & Brandon .Co 

Bnker Intersect* 
248 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

250 Dewees George W 

251 Amorous Martin F 

252 Clarkson Mary Mrs 

255 Stewart Joseph I 

256 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

257 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 
260 Pike George M 
270 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

288 Williams Robert T (c) 

289 Marist College The 
291 Sacred Heart Church 
290-92 Num Lee 

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23 Thompson Paul W (c) 

24 Williams Henry. H (c) 

29 Richardson John Cc) 

30 Black Monroe (c) 

31 Harris Lucius G Cc) 

32 Cater Charles C Dr (c) 

Auburn At Intersects 

46 Wimbey John (c) 

47 Same as 316 Auburn i 

48 Daniel Fanny (c) 
50 Hammonds Robert (c) 
52 Allen Winnie Cc) 
54 Crawford James (c) 
56 Westbrooks Charles Cc) 
58 Haygood JVIary (c) 
60 Marchman Sanford Cc) 
62 Reese James A Cc) 
64 Peters Charles 
66 Mattison Marv L <e) 
68 Billups Lena' Cc) 
70 Simms Judge .T (c) 

Tij-ons Av Kn<ls 
76 Strachan Alexander 
78 Durce William J 
SO Leak James T 
82 Rice Martha E 
84 Co wart Frank M 
97 Acme Mattress C'> 
Irwin Intersects 
mo Campbell Marv Mrs 

101 Vacant Sent 4, 1912 

102 Kuss Justin 

105 Stanard Robert C 

106 Kilnatrick James W 

108 Lythgoe Marsraret Mrs 

109 Britt .Tames n 
111 McGriff James W 
114 Freeman James W 
118 Wood Nannie Mrs 
122 McLaughlin Ida L Mis 




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N JACKSON— Cont'd 
123 McClain Charles C 
125 Crawley Martin F 

Houston Intersects 

129 Swann Samuel A 

130 Roberts Mary Mrs 

135 Lefkoff Joseph 

136 Carroll Winston R 
139 Cunyes John W 

141 Adair Charles J 

142 Slaton William M 

143 Ramsey Corinne Mrs 

Cain Intersects 

146 McFail Florence Mrs 

147 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

150 Everhart Edgar 

151 Cantrell Robert H 

152 Heaton Roscoe 
154 Zuber John 

163 Thomas J J Dr 
166 Hudgens Burton 

170 Lewis Henry 

171 Palmer Jerome O 
173 Crockett David 

178 Johnson Robert R 

179 Compton Neal B 
182 Noyes James A 

186 Hill Joseph W 

187 Weathers Jenkins D 
Highland Av Intersects 

195 Smith Sarah E Miss 

198 Snead Robert E 

199 Watson J Henry 

200 Cherry Pink 

201 Wood Albert A 

202 Flynn Catherine Mrs 
205 Donaldson James H 

Adams Begins 
211 Haynes Clyde 

216 Greer Joseph A 

217 Redwine Lyman A 

218 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

219 Duffy John J 

222 Lowry James I 

223 Dantzler John E 

227 Ivey Samuel E 

228 Bell B Frank 
230 Hill Keren Mrs 
233 Langford Arthur J 
237 Kollock Macarton C 

240 Alexander James A 

241 Sims William A 
245 Jones SamueV J 
248 Hardgrove John M 

East Av Intersects 
256 Hunnicutt Thomas P 

259 Jackson Hill Bapist Ch 

260 Gates Cecil L 

262 Tiller Blanche C Mrs 

263 Woolley Price A 

264 Hill Lodowick J 

265 Dobbins J William 

266 Read Justus V 

267 Lounsbury Wilbur S 

Forrest Av Intersects 
273 Polk William R 
277 Thompson David 

280 Hogg Robert H 

281 Kime Rufus R Dr 

284 Gilbert William L Dr 

285 Lichenstein Edward 
289 Hodges William J 

291 Cole William C 

292 Sims Thomas R 

Wabash Av Begins 
301 Waitt Malcolm G 
3*5 McCormack Patrick J 
306 Pendley William H 



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Solomon James C 
Neill Wilmer A 
Stewart Charles F 
Latimer William R 
Bennett James H 
Atkisson Jefferson D 
Westminster Apartments 
Hill Charles S 
Hendell Mose 
Sharp Augustus 
Jackson Joseph P 
Catron Isaac T Dr 

Currier Ends 
Chapman Samuel B 
Curtis James A 
Tumlin James C 
Wright Charles H 
Jones Lyla W Mrs 
Wash William H 
Foster Emma Miss 

Angler Av Intersects 
Davies Edward C 
MacArthur Elizabeth Miss 
Burkert Hattie D Miss 
Webb Frank G 
Kirk Eugene M 
Laser Newman 
Arrington Newton O 
Brocklesby Harry 
Pearson Henry M 
McDougall Robert H 
Luehimann Louise Mrs 
Woodward Angela Mrs 
Andrews Perry 
Darough Eugene T 
Wilson William T 

Pine Intersects 
Magruder William P 
Mitchell Valintine R 
Vacant Sept 14. 1912 
Wilson William T 
Jones J Victor 
Barnes James J 
Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
Turner William H 
Wood William A 
Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
Ward Edward H 
Wright Lucius O 
Gordon Robert A 
Merritts Av Intersects 
Woodward W S 
Elliott Allen R 
Dillingham Mary Mrs 
Herrington Alexander P 
Elliott E M & S H 
Shaw Robert H 
Hughes J Jeter 
Askew John D 

Summit t Av Ends 
Turner James R 
Vickery I Floyd 
Rinker Walter A 
West John C 
McFarland Robert M 
Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

Linden Av Intersects 
Carey John W 
Gilbert Rufus A 
Hirshburg Wesley C 
Phillips Gustave P 
Martin Nathan E 
Smith Frank R 
Dennison Frank V 
Dix Harry L 
Downing Walter T 
Bullock John H 
Bradford Benjamin W 



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470 Greene Susan C Mrs 

471 Murphy Otis A 

North Av Intersects 

472 Noyes Frank P 
474 Malone John N 

476 Daniel John B 

477 Brady W Dennis 
480 Fraser Etta M Mrs 
491 Rogers Hatton B 
493 Kearns Leonard W 
495 Fuller William H 

497 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

498 Thornton James R 

499 Heath Peterson T 

500 Bruner Weston Rev 

501 Dunlap William M 

503 Garwood William P 

504 McPhail Charles C 

506 Lieberman Isaac B 

507 Farmer Mary B Mrs 

510 Orme Frank 

511 Cohen H Edward 

515 Miller Andrew C 

516 Cumming Albert L 
519 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
523 Keramidas Charles 

526 Todd J Scott Jr 

527 Howard Walter P 
Ponce de Leon Av Intersect* 

560 Allan Harry L 

561 Callaway Kate Mrs 

563 Scott George E 

564 Morris Victor 

566 Turner Albert B 

567 Landrum Leonidas M 

571 Keene Alice J Mrs 

572 Selcer William M 

Fourth Ends 

578 Young Walter F 

579 Bennett William I 
582 Ponder John M 

586 Thompson Alice G Mrs 
590 Morrison Lincoln S 

593 Wolfe Nathan F 

594 Pates William S 

595 Lanier William C 

Vadado Way Begins 
601 Wilenskv Jacob H 
604 Vacant Sept 12. 1912 

607 Hixon William E 

608 Thompson John T 
616 Bouligny Alfred 
620 Cates William D 
629 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

Fifth Ends 
631 Warner Samuel S 
641 Lonsberg Edward 
643 Thompson Luther F 

Greenwood Av Intersects 
713 Folley Sidney (c) 
717 Criddell Thomas (c) 

Sixth Ends 
725 Watts Edward (c) 
727 Wright Isaac (c) 
729 McClairitv Mack (c) 
731 Knox Mollie (c) 
733 Jones Jerry (c) 
735 Pulliam Richard (c) 
745 Waldron Randall D 
Going: South 
16 Vacant Sept 17. 1912 

27 Shells Louise <c) 

28 Allgood Franklin Z 
31 Davis Mary (c) 

35 Hames Lemuel (c) 
38 Logan Thomas (c) 

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Ogletree Julia (c) 
Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
Bennett Annie (c) 
Thomas Veola (c) 
Johnson Robert (c) 
Johnson Dora (c) 
Moore William E (c) 
Kemp Charles (c) 
Lucy Ends 
Mayes Columbus (c) 
Hyden David T 
Zachary Lucius (c) 
Cook James (c) 
Harris James (c) 
Markowitz Eli 
Finch Cicero (c) 
Tompkins Henry T 
Arnold John (c) 
Towers Louis A 
Williams Henry (c) 
Crow Joseph 
Herring Colly L 
McMillan John F 
Dean Herschel 
Davenport Martha J 
Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
Burned Sept 17, 1912 
Shells Eliza (c) 
Rogers Andrew J 
Bramlett George W 
Grimes Glenn H 
Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
Lock Jesse M 
Sill Mary L Mrs 
Whitley William F 
Johnson Herbert 
Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
Harden Annie Miss 




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7 Barker John 

9 Barker George S 
11 Bruckner Julius 
13 Hartlaub William 
15 Long John 
17 Hilliard Thomas 
19 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
21 Tucker Martha Mrs 
23 Floyd Simon B 
35 Pearce Robert 
37 Lang Joseph B 

40 Oertel George 

41 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

43 Dellingham Cornelius H 
55 Oertel George Jr 
Dozier Graham P 



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to 68 W Cain, 1 n of Luck'e, 
paved with macadam front 
Peachtree to Forsyth, granite 
blocks Forsyth to Cain, sewer- 
age from Forsyth to Cain 
6 McKenzie Building 

103 Chalman John 

104 Jester William R 

105 Natl Life & Accdt Ins Co 
109 Murchach Joseph ; 
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115 Johnson-Gewinner Co 

116 Ryan Stephen A Co 
201-2-3 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 

204 Morris Jinks M (c) 

205 Mahoney & Manry Shop 

206 Woodmen of the World 
26 Oakland Motor Co 

Travis & Almond 
30-32 Crane Lester S 
34-36 Firestone-Col Sou Co 
63 Vacant Oct 1, 1912 
65 Block Dry Cleaning Co 

67 Pierce Eula (c) 

68 Morrison Minnie (c) 

69 y 2 North Sterling (c) 

71 Brinkley Josephine (c) 

72 King Mary (c) 
7'3 Smith Lena (c) 

74 Dobbs Bettie (c) 

75 Hall Ella (c) 
77 Baynes Sarah (c) 
78-B Higgins Maria 

79 Ellis Vannie (c) 

80 Greene John (c) 
82 Anderson Laura (c) 



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16 Jones John W 




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ing), from 916 Marietta w to 
Rice, InofAB&ARR (also 
known as Clara from Marietta 
to Ashby), water from Lee av 
to Mayson & Turner av 

40 Southern Upholstering Co 

41 Smith Thomas A Mrs 

42 Torbush Harrison 

43 Whitfield Pink 

44 Barnes Homer C 

45 Futch Mary Mrs 

47 Huggins Sallie Mrs 
49 Webb William J 
54 Redd Monroe 
56 Dennis Horace M 
59 King William P 

61 Russell James P 

62 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

Poplar Intersects 

63 Roddy Andrew J 
66 Venson James R 

68 Mills William S 

69 Brooks Thomas G 

70 Brooks George L 
72 Rice John J 

7S Brooks Emory L 

79 Brooks & Son 

81-83 Barclay Dav Nursery 

84 Hightower William H 

86 Touchstone Forrest M 
Chestnut Intersects 

87 Whitfield Fredrick 

88 Smith Joseph S 

89 Bishop William E 

90 Berry Milton L 

91 Mitchell Jasper L 

92 Roberts Alexander 

93 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 



94 Kelley James M 

95 Elrod James 

96 Whitfield Walter 

97 Collier William H 

98 Whitfield Walter 
100 Anderson Wesley A 

102 Jones Arrie Mrs 

English Av Ends 

103 Fambrough Roy C 

104 Bates George A . 

106 Burke James D 

107 Parr Thomas 

108 Elrod Edgar L 

110 Mayo Joseph 

111 Neese Philip P 

112 Maness Herman 

113 Tolbert Temperance Mrs 
115 Walker George W 

117 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
119 Morris William H 
121 Jones Rosie Mrs 

Franklin Intersects 
123 Merritt James R 
125 Lawson Jefferson D 
127 Rains Elizabeth Mrs 
129 Baird Thomas H 
131 Harden Wallace L 
139 Pelfrey Minnie Mrs 
Oliver Intersects 

157 Fenley Mary Mrs 

158 Gillham May Mrs 

Lindsay Intersects 

160 Harris Mattie Mrs 

161 Rumsey Marion. A 
164 Taylor Charles 
168 Taylor Fred 

Ashby Intersects 
i II * A it R Intersects 
196 Vaughn Joseph W 
198 Farlow Jerry W 
200 Farlow William E 
210 McCoy Mack E 



JEFFERSON PARK, on College 
Park car line, 5 miles south 



JEFFERSON PLACE, begins at 
169 Howell 



JENNANA, from Milton av n, 1 e 
of Martin 



JENNINGS, from 274 Woodward 
av s to Rawson, 2 w of Mar- 
tin, water throughout 



148 Kelley James M 
154 Bannister George L 
156 Shead William M 



JEPTHA, from 441 W Hunter s 
to Beckwith, 1 e of Ashby, 
sewerage from Drummond to 
Hunter 

11 Smith John (c) 

12 Cleland Eugene (c) 

15 McClarin Lewis (c) 

16 Shocklin Henry (c) 
18 Bell Thomas (c) 

20 Hardin William H (c) 
22 Hembree James O (c) 
Mitchell Intersects 
30 Johnson John L (c) 
32 Woodruff Moses (c) 
34 Smith Lillie (c) 
52 Sims Rice (c) 
54 Phillips Chester (c). 

Beckwith Intersects 



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66 Griggs Charles (c) 

78 Key James (c) 

79 Wilson Matthew (c) 

82 Mapp Seymour (o) 

83 Stokes William (c) 

84 Reese Carrie (c) 

85 Oslin Charles (c) 

86 Lee Dennis (c) 

87 Hunter Walter (c) 

88 Bevins James (c) 

89 Jones George C (c) 

90 Horton Green (c) 

91 Williamson Frank (c) 
93 Brawner William (c) 



JEROME (O C), from Doyle e 
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Oakland av 



JESSICA AV, from Cleburne av 
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JETT, from 101 Lambert w to 
limits, 1 s of Kennedy, sew- 
erage Franklin to English av 
21 Chapman Otis 
23 Argo Armanda 
31 Hubert Charles P 

Walnut Intersects 
\ II A V It It Intersects 

55 Sllvey Joseph 

56 Blackburn James 

58 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

59 Howell William H 

60 Langston George C 

61 Vacant Sept 14. 1912 

62 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

64 Dodd James W 

65 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

66 Baker W Jesse 

68 Brantley William A 

69 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

Vine Intersects 
72 Voyles Onie 
78 Shiflet S 
80 Manlev Marion L 

82 Coile Isham 

83 Knight Carrie E Mrs 

84 Edwards Howard S 

88 Lewis William M 

89 Robinson James D 
92 Hardin Joseph I 

Elm Intersects 
94 Hardage Jane F Mrs 
100 Allen Daniel 
102 Parker Oscar M 
104 Wettig Henry 
108 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
110 Redd James E 

Sunset Av Intersects 
133 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
140 Logan William 

Griffin Intersects 
153 Bryant Timothv 

155 Mote Walter M 

156 Cole John R 

158 Boggs William G 

159 Gentle Colbert 
163 Coggins Harry L 
190 Colley Adrain B 
192 Collev George A 
196 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
200 Luck James 

Newport Ends 
Oliver Intersects 
270 Tollison Seaborn C 
272 Johnson James W 



JET'I'S vi.i.EY, from 10 Sunset 
av w, 1 n of Hunter 



JOE JOHNSON AV (Battle Hill), 
from 92 Greensferry av n to W 
Hunter, sewerage from Gordon 
to Greensferry 

1 Babb John A 

2 Horton Robert M 

3 Adams William T 

4 Sheats Charles Y 

5 Boston James E 
Fishback George M 

7 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
10 Johnson Henry B Dr 

Elixer Av Begins 
12 Ivey John A 

14 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

15 Jones Charles G 

16 Yancey John N 

17 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
20 Brown James R 

Atlanta Av Begins 
22 Chambers Robert C 
25 Barker Noah P 

27 Fishback John 

28 Manston Cora Mrs 

29 Harper James W 

30 Vickers John H 
32 House Charles D 

34 Hewin Samuel W 

35 James Joseph L 

36 Smith Homer 

38 Battle Hill Public School 
55 Bevil Bloomer V 




JOHN, from 490 Marietta w to 

Vine, 2 s of Kennedy, sewerage 

from Gray to Vine 

20 Jenkins James (c) 

22 Davis Lizzie (c) 

22% Dorsey Silla (c) 

24 Greer Fannie (c) 

26 Harris Sarah (c) 

28 Yancey Mattie (c) 

30 Dooley Mary (c) 

32 Bradford Lila (c) 

34 Graham Rena (c) 

36 Vacant Oct 16, 1912 

38 Jenkins Sallie (c) 

40 Vacant Oct 16, 1912 

42 Willis Luella (c) 

44 Brown Ophelia (c) 

46 Burdette Sarah (c) 

50 Dows Willie (c) 

52 Ivy Catherine (c) 

54-A Strickland Green (c) 

54-B Blalock Sallie (c) 

95 Keith Polly (c) 

97 Thompson Alex 

99 Crane Esther (c) 
101 Hamilton Lillie (c) 
109 Hart Mary (c) 
111 Curran William 



JOHNSON, from Marietta nr In- 
man Yards, w 



JOHNSON, from W & A R R at 
411 Mangum w to Lambert. :i 
n of Simpson, sewerage and 
water Gray to Sou Ry 

1 Zimmerman Jefferson 

2 Williams Georgia (c) 

3 Usher Viola (c) 

4 Ellison Benjamin (c) 
5-A Kelly Patrick J 
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6 Dickson Fannie (c) 

7-9 Hardeman Martha (c) 

8 Jones Ada (c) 

10 Hunter Julia (c) 

11 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

12 Turnipseed John (c) 

13 Vacant Oct 7, 1912 

14 Clark Mollie (c) 

15 Brown Mamie (c) 

18 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

20 Murphy Hattie (c) 

21 Edwards Harry (c) 

22 Pratt John (c) 
24-A Daniel Lula (c) 
24-B Turner David (c) 

25 Matthews Robert T (c) 

27 Morris Thomas (c) 

30 Carter Sallie (c) 

37-A McFarland John (c) 

38 McCall John 

40 Hayes Jacob (c) 

43 Morrison Thomas (c) 

46 Butler Abe (c) 

47 Brice Lula (c) 

51 Wright William (c) 

52 Miller Berl (c) 
53-55 Peters Mary (c) 

56 Cooley Elliott (c) 

57 Turner Josephine (c) 

58 Edwards Margaret (c) 
60 Smith Deliah (c) 

64 Walker Edward (c) 

66 Owens Black (c) 

Gray Intersects 
Edwards Intersects 
122-A Hunt Hattie (c) 
122-B Cese Leonard (c) 
126 Jennings Iona (c) 
126-A Vacant Oct 7, 1912 
128 Jenkins Henry (c) 
128-A Cook David (c) 

JOHNSON AV, from 243 N Boul- 
evard e to 162 Randolph, 1 n 
of Houston, paved with ma- 
cadam, sewerage and water 

throughout 
12 Rogers Otis H 
18 Bates Bert L (c) 
22 Collins Howard (c) 

29 Vacant Nov 1, 1912 
26 Payne Henry (c) 

30 Walker Samuel (c) 

33 McDowell Eola (c) 

34 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 
38 Bullard Charles A (c) 

42 Shanks Christopher C (c) 

Howell Intersects 
46 King Aaron J Dr 

49 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

50 Robinson James A (c) 

52 Trent William J (c) 

53 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 



54 Collier Lucy (c) 

55 Chapman Lewis (c) 

57 Jones Thomas J 

58 Machen Holly W (c) 

59 Rucker Augustus G (c) 

61 Goldstein Nathan 

62 King Joseph M 

63 Dawson Alonzo (c) 

64 Perkins Albert 

65 Florence Home for Children 
71 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

74 Bell Joseph 

75 Rakestraw Richmond A 

76 Rasbury Mary B Mrs 
79 Jordan James D 

82 Kilpatrick James E B 
85 Beaty Harrison 



JOHNSON ROAD, continuation 
of Highland av, address mail 
'Atlanta, R F D 4" 



JOHNSON ROW, from E Ellis n 
to Cain, bet Piedmont av and 
Butler 



JOHNSON STATION (Cook's Dis- 
trict), on River car line 



JOHNSON STATION (Kirkwood). 
on N Decatur car line 



JOINER, from 200 Peters e to 
Central of Ga R R, 1 s w of 
W Fair 



JONES ALLEY, from Gregg s to 
Richardson, 1 w of Ira 



JONES AV, from 412 Marietta 
w to Chestnut, 1 n of Simpson 
paved with macadam from 
Marietta to Gray, chert Wal- 
nut to Sunset av, sewerage 
from Sou Ry to Griffin, water 
from W & A R R to Vine 
23 Hirsch & Spitz Mfg Co 
26 Vacant Oct 16, 1912 
30 Phelps George D 

35 Jones Av Baptist Church 

36 Harrison William H 

37 Vacant Oct 16, 1912 

38 Rhodes John 

Bush Intersects 

39 Vacant Oct 16, 1912 

40 Burns Charles 

41 Delk George 
Hood Robert L Dr 

42 Stoner M Cicero 

43 Veno William H 

44 Dilbeck William T 

46 Rowzee Elizabeth Mrs 
Stubblefine Albert 

47 Withers William 

48 Hall Frank H 

50 Bowen Fannie E Mrs 

Mangani Intersects 

51 Baugh Thomas T 

52 McGarity Thomas W 
52y 2 Parker Lee R 

53 Baugh Thomas T 

54 Dewberry Newton # 

55 Price John A 

58 Taylor Oscar M 
Carroll Ralph F 

61 Baird James C 
Hardy John R 

62 Farrell George F 



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63 Macrae Donald 

64 Allen A William J 

66 Grizzard Oppie Mrs 

67 Pruitt J Charner , 
Patrick James L 

68 Cagle Edgrar H 

71 McGarity Thomas W 

74 Spinks William A 
Bellingrath Charles L 

75 Weaver Reece N 

77 Wing- William M 

78 Cox Lillie K Mrs 

80 Baker Oscar S 

81 Ivey Simeon F 

82 Weaver Samuel T 

83 Ivey Simeon F 

Gray Intersects 
87 Ogelsby Cooper C 
91 Poyas Carrie B Mrs 

95 Hull Thomas E 

96 Courtney Charles E 
99 Cawthon A Clyde 

100 Turner John A 

101 Ward William T 
Johnson Rufus S 

104 McQueen Charles 

105 Vacant Sept 18. 1912 
108 Lindsey James M 

Davis Intersects 

110 Bell Theodore F 

111 Lyon George W 

114 Collins Thaddeus S 

115 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

117 K'elley William W 

118 Howell J Pierce 

119 Mitchell Cora V Mrs 

122 Green Thomas F 

123 Albert Weyman M 

124 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

Edwards Intersects 

127 Chappelle T Leonard 

128 Tumage Joseph W 

131 Sisson John D 

132 Chatham John W 

133 Williams James C 

136 Herron John R 

137 Brown Susan Mrs 
143 McKee Claude T 

A B «& A R R Intersects 
152 Marchbank John 

156 Edwards William C 

Lambert Intersects 

157 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

158 Gordon Joseph 
161 Henney Joseph 

165 Miller John E 

166 Miller William 

167 Moore Claude C 
169 West Cleveland A 
172 Leffew Benjamin F 

176 Tribble Joseph E 

177 Jones William F 

178 Jordan James 
180 Jordan James 
185 Biddy George 

Walnut Intersects 
190 Plunkett John 
196 Entrican Thomas 
198 Abernathy Augustus 
200 Cowan William R 

Vine Intersects 
237 Honea William A 
239 Legg Clarence 
242 Vacant Sept 14. 1912 

245 Taylor Henry M 

246 Jones Roy C 

Elm Intersects 
249 Beck James 



253 Mayes Albeit E 

259 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

261 Hasty Homer C 

268 Reed Rufus 

270 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

272 Baker Martha L Mrs 

274 Roberson Bryant 

275 Chambers Benjamin F 

276 Jones Glenn B 
278 Lewis John W 

Sunset Av Intersects 

280 Dill Pink L 




JONES CROSSING, on College 
Park car line 



JONESBORO AV, Lakewood 
Heights, on Lakewood car line 

JONESBORO DRIVE (O C), from 
Jacobs Drive s e to Jonesboro 
road 
17 Cloud Roy F 

Hutt William C 

Hunter George P 



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JONESBORO ROAD, from end of 
Ridge av (South Atlanta) 
9 Price Luther J (c) 

South Atlanta Postoffice 
12 Ross Abraham B (c) 
22 Stewart & McClary (c) 
25 South Atlanta Pharmacy 
25 y 2 Sexton Charles O (c) 
34 Pickens Jacob A (c) 
36 Jarrell Lemmie (c) 
Martin Av Begins 

59 Barnes George W (c) 

60 Thornton Jordan T (c) 
65 Buchanan Silas M 

Buchanan William R 
67 Adams Fannie (c) 

Bisbee Av Begins 
70 Johnson Charles L (c) 
72 Smith Ashley (c) 
7S Clark Willis (c) 
84 McCoy Maggie (c) 

206 Lyns Arthur (c) 

207 Jackson R Walter (c) 

208 Hoffman Hyman 

211 Render John D (c) 

212 Love Joseph (c) 
215-A Love Joseph (c) 
215-B Slaughter Jason (c) 
217-B Saxton Charles (c) 
219-A Brantley William (c) 
221-A Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
221-B Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
219-B Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
228 Wilson Andrew (c) 

Reeves Cicero B 
Bishop Joseph B 
Christian Frank A 
Harshaw William M 
Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
Finley Albert 
Thomason John B 



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JOSEPHINE — Cont'd 


72 


Gay George (c) 


6 


Travis Daniel 


73 


Smith John M 


9 


Shropshire Julian C 


74 


Lynn Zachariah (c) 


11 


Hollingsworth William O 


75 


Vacant Sept 11, 1912 


12 


Berry Warren A 


76 


Williams John (c) 


15 


Martin Raford H 


80 


Champion Henry (c) 


16 


Beard Calvin B 


82 


Hatchet John (c) 


17 


Barnes Edward 




Bell wood Intersects 


18 


Eberhardt Charles J 


103 


Schrimsher Henry H 


19 


Rhodes William T 


107 


Baldwin Charles 


20 


Braswell John T 


108 


Bryan James C 


21 


Clyburn Theodosia Mrs 


110 


Rich Julia Mrs 


23 


Kirkpatrick Henry S 


111 


Davis John L 


25 


Wilson Howard R 


114 


Vacant Sept 7, 1912 


26 


Vacant Sept 7, 1912 


115 


Adams George W 


29 


Hale Lynn P 


116 


Cornell Roy 


30 


Smith John C 


117 


DeLong Judson D 


32 


Herring- Susie E Mrs 


118 


Wright William 


33 


Caudle Thomas B 


119 


Hogan William 


34 


Vacant Sept 9, 1912 


122 


Leroy William E 


35 


Cates Charles J 




Wheeler Intersects 


38 


Brown Ralph S 


123 


Camp Georgie Mrs 


44 


Perkerson John W 


127 


Bozeman James A 


45 


Hackman Robert C 


128 


Smith Fonzy H 


■ 46 


Knox Charles H 


130 


Tapp Frank 


51 


Howell William N 


134 


Claire William A 


56 


Clyburn William 


139 


Hightower Bartow 


59 


Henderson Mary Mrs 


140 


Perkins Earl L 


75 


Morgan Cicero R 








83 


Brooks Andrew L J 


UNCTION AV, located in Peach- 


84 


Johnson Newton A 


tree Hills Place 


85 


Gardner Joseph B 








86 


Pease Edward L J 


UNIP 


87 


Robinson Rutherford R 


n 


to limits, 1 e of Peachtree, 


88 


Campbell Joseph J 


paved with macadam through- 


90 


Bartlett Walter 


out, sewerage from 4th to 6th 


92 


Smith Jesse M 


and from 10th to 11th, water 


93 


Morgan Joseph T 


from North av to 10th 


97 


Sims Columbus T 


45 


Garage J J Lynch 


98 


Bedingfield Charles P 


55 


Adair Frank 


99 


Hamel Roy 


57 


Hoffman Robert W 


100 


Leonard William S 


59 


Whitner John A 


101 


Roughton Jabez F 




Third Intersects 


102 


Allen Ephraim M 


63 


Whitner Charles F 


103 


Rodgers Joseph T 


67 


Cooper John 


104 


Sheffield Clifford C 


85 


Ransom Ronald 


108 


Campbell Weldon L 




Fourth Intersect* 


111 


Duke Thomas W 


91 


Graves Myra N Mi / 


112 


Wittkamp Frederick L 


93 


Malone Alberta F ,rs 
-8 Sumner Apartm /The 
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Adair Forrest 3m 






106 






JUAJJITA STOP (Decatur), on S 




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Hancock Robert^. 
Price Hugh A 


JULIAN, from 509 W North av 




n 


to Sou Ry, 2 w of Vine 




Lumpkin Thomas B 


1 


Turner Timothy M (c) 




Byrne Edward J 


5 


Ware George W (c) 




McDowell Ross 


9 


Vacant Sept 11, 1912 




Cabanis Mary L Miss 


13 


Smith John H (c) 




Thrash Lawson 


14 


Grooms Hattie (c) 


110 


McCrary Joseph B 


19 


Turner Chapel (c) 


112 


Saul Milton H 


18 


Richardson Frank R (c) 


117 


Myers Frank E 




D'Alvigney Intersects 


120 


Logan James L 


21 


Pagdett Mack (c) 


121 


Terrell Joseph M 


25 


Jones Thomas (c) 


124 


Ware Harry L 


26 


Ross Henry T (c) 




Fifth Intersects 


27 


Shepherd LaFayette (c) 


125 


Watkins Henry E 


28 


Brown Olin (c) 


126 


McGehee Charles C 


34 


Green Robert (c) 


129 


Maude Walter P 




Pelham Intersects 


132 


Edwards William A 


47 


Jones Mark (c) 


135 


Francis Montgomery D 


: 48 


Richardson Brown (c) 


136 


Swanson Benjamin G 


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Fox Intersects 


140 


French Thompson B 


A B & A Intersects 


141 


Bradwell Ralph N R 


59 


Martin William (c) 


142 


Graves Iverson L 


63 


Baker John B (c) 


143 


McClure John G 


69 


Jones Arthur (c) 


146 


Sams Richard F 


70 


Hall Charles (c) 


147 


McCullough John M 



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Alexander J Harry 
Allen Frank D 
Broylcs Arnold 
Gardien Roger B 

Sixth Intersect* 
Jarnigan William C 
Earnest John G Dr 
Hardy Charles R 
Randle W Nathan 
McGinty Stewart 
Mikell Franklin 
Manson Herbert L 
Windle Joseph J 
Fleming I Moragne 
Stewart Thomas D 
Bray C Sims 
Mobley J Robert 

Seventh Intersects 
Crocker William W 
Murray Price E Dr 
Shafer John C 
Nelson Henry P 
Harris John C 
Frerichs Frederick A 
Hammond Laura Miss 
Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
Warner Edwin G 
Wells Julius O 

Kiit'litli Intersects 
Dunson Walker 
Mitcham Augustus L 
Near Clifford L 
Henderson Jacob A 
Hunter Joel 
Carson Sam M 
Raine John H 
Tucker John T 
Wight Edwin L 
Boland F K Dr 
Fayram Frederick 
McCord Henrv Y 
Vacant Sept 23, 1912 
Winterfield Barney 
Magill Martha H Mrs 

Tenth Intersects 
Grant John B 
Baker Joseph H 
Whitaker Joel D 
Bedell James W 
Donnelly Patrick II 
Clement Mary R Mrs 
Willcoxon Dora R Mrs 

Eleventh Intersects 
Mason J Clifford 
Mitchell Isaac S Jr 
Thornton Eugene H 
Bailey Joseph O 
Tupper Samuel Y Jr 
Barnwell Walter C 
Collins Claude R 

Twelfth Intersects 
Johnson Thaddeus K 
Beck J Frank 
Hileman Joseph L 
Weitnauer Charles 
Beauehamp Charles A 
Murphy Howard V 
Lumpkin Kate Mrs 
Moore Baxter P Dr 



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KAMI, from 243 S Boulevard s e 
to Pearl, paved with macadam 
throughout, water from Boul- 
evard to Chastain 
1 City Stockade 

Berenn Av Intersects 
67 Pettv Daniel D 
73 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 



75 Cobb Calvin C 
75-A Albert Joseph 

76 Smith William R 

77 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

78 Foster Wiley M 
82 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
94 Morris Hiram R 
9 6 Wood James A 



KEARSARGE AV, changed to 
Barnett 




KEELY (see Lee av), from 121 
Curran to Howell Mill rd, 1 n 
of Marietta, water from Cur- 
ran to Jefferson 



KELLEY'S ALLEY, from rear 
245 Peeples (O C) 



KELLY, from 373 E Fair s to E 
Georgia av, 1 e of Connally, 
paved with macadam from 
Woodward av to Glennwood 
av, sewerage from Hunter to 
Glenn, water from Fair to Mil- 
ledge av 

14 Gold Solomon J 
18 Robbins John W 
24 Marbut Arthur R 
26 Shaw Jefferson T 

Woodward Av Intersects 
39 Holland Emma W Mrs 
42 Young Martha J Mrs 

46 Vanmill Peter C 

47 Cristol Samuel 
47-F Taylor Max 

48 Tucker Malcolm B 

52 Shepard William Z 

53 Blackman Thomas 

54 Freidman Gus 

55 Long George T 

58 Weinberg Joseph 

59 Sloan John S 

60 Hearn Thomas H 

61 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

62 Lever ett Abraham 
65 Oswald Wallace N 
67 Tenenbaum Aaron 
70 Mylius Frederick 

73 Stewart Jennie Mrs 

74 Brooks Samuel C 

75 Hackman John 

Clarke Intersects 
77-79 Wolpert Susie L Mrs 

84 Dorfler Elias 

85 Bradoskv Samuel 

88 Hartley George E 

89 Hind Esther B Mrs 

91 Calloway Louis S 

92 McKinney L T Do vie 

96 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

97 Manem Samuel 
160 Britton Felix M 

102 Callahan William L 

103 West John W 

104 Webb J Thomas 

105 McGill Duke W 

106 Arnold Columbus W 

107 King John T 
111 Whitton Walter 
113 Davis John S 

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129 Laird Thomas C Jr 
133 Seltzer Charles 
135 Knopf Carrie Mrs 
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152 Strickland Arthur M 

153 Alexander James O 
159 Dunford John W 
165 Stanford Daniel M 
171 Casey Jesse 

175 Martin Hiram R 

194 Withrow J Arthur 

201 Wright Robert W 

205 Lamb I Theo 



KELLY'S ALLEY, from 69 Fraser 
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KENDALL, from Sampson e to 
Alaska av, 1 n of Highland av, 
■water and sewerage through- 
out 
41 Wooley John W 

43 Banks Joseph A 

44 Sears William A 

45 Ball James O 

46 O'Dell William B 
48 Boggus Franklin 

53 Nash Henry 

54 Wingate Allie 

55 Bedford Thomas 

56 Taylor George K 

57 Priest Edwin 
59 Swords Daniel M 

62 Tidwell Mamie E Mrs 

63 Becker John E 



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with macadam from Gray to 
English av, sewerage from 
Haynes to Chestnut. water 
from Gray to English av 
2 Hillman Julius 
4 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

8 Hillman Julius 

9 Leget J S Philip 
10 Tate Joseph (c) 

15 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

16 Robbins Alice (c) 

Davis Intersects 
17-19 Bleich Samuel 
18 Pace George G 

20 Leathers Thomas H 

21 Bredosky Israel 

24 Towery Samuel 

25 Bleich Samuel 

26 Collins Tyrus H 

27 Roberts Alfred R 

28 Jenkins Clifford 

29 Cook James B 

32 Duncan Allen F 

33 Glass Philip 
35 Glass Philip 

37 Galloway Eugene 

39 Ransbotham Samuel H 

40 Durham Isaac M 

42 Hollingsworth Octavia Mrs 

43 Gore Ellis 

44 Leatherwood Claud 

46 Anderson W Olion 

47 Kromer Max 

Emmett Intersects 

48 Brown William R 

Lambert Intersects 

49 Webb Archie B 
51 West Phoebe Mrs 
53 Johnson Archie M 
55 Vacant Oct 16, 1912 
57 Cole J Richard 

65 Duren George W 
76 Peek Robert L 



78 Ellis Dovard W 

79 Harrison Louise Mrs 
81 Edgar Asbury R 

85 Vacant Sept 17 1912 

89 Allen William A Dr 

90 Voyles Onie 

91 Massell Ralph M 

93 Perry Charles O 

Walnut Intersects 

94 Ward Henry T 

95 Simpkins Jesse E 

98 West Atl Primitive Bap Ch 

99 Reinhart Paul 

105 Shannon James B 
109 Howell Louis L 
111 Griswell Charles W 
"115 Brown James P 
122 Shockley Samuel C 
122-A Carden John 
126 Frye James W 

Vine Intersects 
126 Burden James 
126-A Jenkins C Florie Mrs 
128 Withers Edward 
128-A Chistian Charles Dr 
130 McCulley James C 
130-A Pace Lafayette B 
132 Bradford Richard W 
134 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
1341/0 Reece John R 

Sunset Av Intersects 
Elm. Intersects 
163 Butler John H 

167 Willis Charles F 

168 Carter John L 

170 Carter Sim G 

171 Ragsdale Roy 
175 Moon Cora L Mrs 
184 Bassett Clifford 
186 Miller Samuel 
188 Pettett Jasper N 

190 Frazier Angeline V Mrs 
192 Wise Benjamin H 
194 Tolbert Joseph 

203 Yarbray William M 

204 Yarbray Thomas T 

205 Edwards William W 

206 Henson James G 
209 Williams Marion W 

Griffin Intersects 

214 Singer Samuel 

215 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

216 Hornsby David 
220 Amosson Oscar G 
222 Tyner Roscoe C 
241 Kreis William 

243 Brinsfield William W 
Chestnut Intersects 
English Av Intersects 
249 Padgett William J 



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KENNESAW AV, from 330 Ponce 
de Leon av s to E North av, 

I e of N Boulevard, sewerage 
and water throughout 

3 Johnson James B 

4 Courtney Harry S 

8 Yancey Goodloe H 

9 Kelso Margaret Mrs 
10 Walker William S 

II Dickert Jefferson S 
12 Morris Silas L Rev 
16 Barnes John S 

18 Glower, Gayron G 



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22 Webb Clifton B 

26 Freeman Charles W 

30 Brooks Tulah H 

34 Hamilton Charles S 

40 Fitten Frank C 

44 Pomeroy William L 

46 Stokes Robert M 

50 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

53 Freeman James 

54 Gould Frederick S 

55 Collier Charles A 

57 Lloyd William C 

58 Collier W Rawson 

60 Wingo J Arthur 

61 Meyers Alfred L 
64 Hill, Lamar 



KENNETT, from 370 Martin e to 
Ami, 2 s of Georgia av 



KENNEY'S ALLEY, from 24 S 
Pryor e to 49 Central av, 1 s of 
E Alabama 



KENT, from Glenn s to 366 
Georgia av, bet Hill and Grant 
sewerage throughout 

2 St Andrews Church 

3 Butler James A 
5 Mann J Robert 

7 Fagan Charles O 
12 Pearson Paul B 
14 Douglas Hugh W 



KENWOOD AV, from Trabert av 
n to Forrest st, 2 e of Hemp- 
hill av 



KEYSTONE ALLEY, from 49 
Terry to Kingsley, 1 e of E 
Hunter 



KILLIAN, from 430 S Boulevard 
e to limits, 4 s of Bryan, -water 
and sewerage from Boulevard 
to Camreon 
14 Hiatt Edgar W 

23 Tuggle Frank L. 

24 Higginbotham Ward 

27 Woodard Virginia Mrs 

Waldo Intersects 

28 Martin Samuel N 

33 Moon Thomas J 

34 Dusenbery Charles J 
38 Sims Frank A 

42 Templeton Harley 
46 Eubanks John K 
48 Johnston Ralph M 

50 Huppe Charles F 

51 Lee William H 

54 Wells Harvey T 

55 Green Charles A 

Cameron Intersects 
80 White Levi D 



KIMBALL, from 286 W Peachtree 
e to 550 Peachtree, and w to 
Hemphill av, 1 n of North av, 
paved with macadam from 
Peachtree to West Peachtree, 
rubble West Peachtree to 
Spring, seweraa-e from Hemp- 
hill av to Cherry, water Peach- 
tree to West Peachtree, and 
Cherry to Hemphill 
Going East 
4 Kontz Ernest C 
11 Brown Ten Eyck 



12 Nichols Henry M 

16 Block Elizabeth O Mrs 

17 Cabaniss Harry E 

19 Reid Robert C 

22 Campbell J Bulow 

Cypress Begins 

23 Wardlaw William C 

25 Stevens J Percy 

26 Coon John S 
29 Ware Albert B 

36 Moody Joseph W 
190 Neri Contento F 
192 Byers William L 

196 McKinney Samuel 

197 Miles Thomas R 

199 McCulley Joseph H 

200 Vawter Jesse L 
203 Miles James A 
209 Jennings Henry 

KING, from Ga R R at 251 E 
Hunter s to 333 Woodward av, 
1 e of Martin, paved with ma- 
cadam and sewerage through- 
out 
1 Atlanta Machine Works 

20 Shurman Joseph 

24 McGuirk Willie Mrs 

Hunter Intersects 

37 Polk James K (c) 
37-B Cherrin Nathan 

38 Vacant Oct 3, 1912 

43 Burgess Robert B 

44 Criswell Annie Mrs 

Fair Intersects 

53 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

54 Derby Lee 

55 Shurman Joseph 
57 Sobel Frank 

59 Nash Isaac J 

60 Hale Oscar L 

61 Kuiz Moses 

63 Abelman Ralph 

64 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

65 Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

67 Wigington Jacob M 

68 Isaac Henry (c) 

70 Goldberg Zelig 

71 Domb Samuel 

72 Lancet H 

73 Warren Robert L 

74 Sugarman Joseph 

KING STREET ALLEY, from 55 
King e 




KINGSLEY, from 173 E Hunter 
s to 246 Fair, 1 e of Fraser 



KINYON (see Oliver), from Ga 
R R to Kirkwood av. 1 e of 
Delta Place, sewerage Wylie to 
Kirkwood 



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to limits, 1 n of McLendon 



KIRKWOOD AV, from 56 Powell 
e to Moreland av, 2 n of E Fair, 
paved with macadam from 
Powell to Pearl, sewerage from 
Powell to Leggetts av, water 
from Powell to S Delta Pla. <■ 
6 Shelton Maggie Mrs 

8 Pharr Virgil A 

9 Herndon Milton A 
10 Honea Joseph R 



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KIRKWOOD AV— Cont'd 

12 Moseley Joseph A 

13 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

14 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

15 Whitten John B 

16 Harbin Charles R 
18 Cheek Ferman H 
20 Henderson James 

24 Wheeler Trave D 

25 Lawrence William B 

26 Haynie Isom B 

Tye Intersects 
40 Mathis Eafley 

42 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

43 Hicks Charles H 

Short Ends 
46 Millinder Charles H 

48 Roach Herbert N 

49 Sentell John W 
51 Dorsett James D 
57 Brannan Asbury D 

Estoria Intersects 
65 Johnson Allen 

86 Hbllingsworth John W 

87 Christy William A 

88 Coogler Sidney J 

89 Weems Henry A 

90 Cooper Eugene A 

Pearl Intersects 
Gibson Intersects 
103 Haggard Mollie C Mrs 
L04 Gunter Thomas C 
L07 Freeman William M 
109 Petty Bert M 
111 Livsey Robert L 
115 Wallace Elizabeth Mrs 
117 Wimbish James T 
120 Stanley Bythum L 
L22 Abernathy Emma F Mrs 
L24 Bayne Thomas L 
126 Grady John H 
L29 Aldred John F 
L31 Callaway Taylor A 

132 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

133 Kimbrell Mary Mrs 
L34 Boggus Ernest H 
L 35 Weaver Henry W 
136 Medcalf William F 
139 Yancey Simeon P 
143 Nolen Adolphus B 
146 Peeler Henley C 
L47 Cochran William B 
150 Robinson Charles H 

Delta Place Intersects 
L54 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
159 Rodgers William L 
L60 Abernathy Martin R 

164 Estis Clem B 

165 Galloway Charles J 
L68 Nicholson Albert L 

72 Yarbray Emma Miss 

175 Karwisch Henry 

176 Strickland Lee W 
18 Daniel Milton E 

ISO Vacant Sept . 12, 1912 
182 Curran Daniel J 
Oliver Ends 
Holtzclaw Begins 
199 Jones James (c) 
20 1 Terry Clarence L 
2<t:', Moreland Newton (c) 

203 Mann John F 

Selman Ends 
Gibson Intersects 

204 Gray George W (c) 

205 Johnson William R 

206 Metz Luther (c) 
209 Jordan David (c) 



21S Phillips Serena E Mrs 
220 Gibson Wi.liam T (c) 

Stovall Begins 
225 Hunt N Asberry 

Flat Shoals Av Intersects 
244 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
250 Lewis Green P 
258 Breedlove George W 
260 Wallace Samuel W 
262 Cook James A 
274 Jarrell George F 

Wetherby Ends 
276 Smith George W 
278 Corley Belton F 
283 Ford James D 
289 Corley Lott W 

292 Thomason Roland G 

293 Turner Richard T 

295 Davenport William N 

296 Yancey James W 

Esten Ends 

300 Thomas Samuel A 

301 Jones William R 
306 Jones William M 
310 Henderson Francis 

Walthal Intersects 
315 Vacant Oct 21, 1912 

Cleveland Intersects 
330 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
332 Cochran James A 
340 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 



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KONTZ AV 

71 Chafin Sarah G Mrs 
73 Grimes William 



KONTZ BUILDING. 84 y 2 Mari- 
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KRIES, see Stewart av 

KROG, from 660 Decatur n to 
Lake av, sewerage and water 

throughout 

5 Murden James R 

9 Simpson John S 
11 Wilson William A 
15 McClary Samuel G 
19 Martin James 

Edgewood Av Intersects 
37 Bishop Balie B 
42 Preston I Hill 
46 Burie Philip D 

53 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

54 Claughton Henry L 

55 Tabor Harry C 
57 Kimbrell Charles 
59 Tyson Napoleon 
61 Zohn Charles 

63 Blount M F 

64 Randall Bros 

122 Candler, Asa G Jr 

350 Christopher David H 

365 Vacant Oct 18, 1912 

405 Fields Perry F 

407 Hunt Edward 

604 Rutledge William P 



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Cain James L 



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45 Longino Robert B 

50 Knox Thomas H 

54 Knox Samuel M 



KUHRT, from 58 N McDaniel s 
w to 45 W Humphries 
3 Freeman Mary (c) 
3% Davis Isabella (c) 

6 Simpson Archie (c) 

7 Clark Charles (c) 
9 Gates Mary (c) 

10 Woods Ada (c) 
12 Thomas Minnie (c) 
16-A Crawford Kate (c) 
16-B Robinson Minnie (c) 
18 Burks Thomas (c) 
20 Jackson Mary (c) 
24 Bazell Charles (c) 
26 Prest-O-Lite Co The 

fleeriiinn Ends 
31 Malone Emma (c) 
31-A Hubert Janie (c) 

33 Williams Nellie (c) 
33-A Smith Josie (c) 

34 Palmer Annie (c) 
34-A Weems Hadie (c) 
34-B Greene Scott (c) 
34-C Howard Lela (c) 

35 Brown Lucile (c) 
35-A Martin Mamie (c) 

36 Henderson Annie (c) 
36-A Griffin Frank <c) 

40 Davis Junius (c) 
40-A Smith Lee (c) 

41 Foster Laura (c) 
41-A Hammond Homer (c) 

43 Williams Walter (c) 
43-A Scott William 

44 Glenn Lutie (c) 

44-A Anderson Malinda (c) 

45 Phillips William (c) 
45-A Lancaster Cassie (c) 
47 Bell Katie (c) 

47-A Arnold William (c) 

49 Long Susie (c) 
49-A Boddie Martha (c) 

50 Smith John (c) 

51 Henderson Bertha (c) 
51 -A Mangum Mary (c) 



LA FAYETTE DRIVE, e from 
Peachtree Circle to Piedmont 
av 

1 Collier Roy 

3 Russell James W 

5 Hartman Enos S 



LA FRANCE (Edgewood), from 
1094 DeKalb av e to Mayson 
av, 1 s of Ga R R 

1 Bentley Elijah H 

2 Epworth Methodist Church 
7 Wont ten Edward N 

11 Cottingham James 
15 Jones John T 



LADD'S ALLEY, from Wood- 
ward av s, 1 w of S Pry or 
Flora Av Intersects 



17 Tribble William B 

49 Johnstone William R 

50 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

51 Ford A 1 licit A 

53 Westbrooks "Joseph F 
55 Cuesta Angel L 
68 Lock Belle Mrs 



Whltefoord Av IntcrMii- 
70 Crowley Thomas J 
75 Green C Mack 

Tippins John F 
74 Saye Edwin D 
79 Akin John B 
99 Lawrence Mary E 
81 Harvil James J 
83 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
85 Norris James H 

111 McCain Robert L 

112 Splan Thomas A 
120 Mpffett Frank R 

122 Burnham Arthur fi 

123 Lawshe Charles W 

124 Lamb Frances R Mrs 

125 Binder Charles F 
134 Steves Wilbert Lee 

Lowery Begins 
151 Jones Harry A 




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e of Boulevard 



LAKE AV, from Sou Ry to Col- 
quit av, 1 s of Highland av, 
Inman Park, paved with maca- 
dam from Sou Ry to Euclid, 
sewerase from Hale to Colquit 
av, water from Sou Ry to 
Hlizabeth 

21 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
23 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
25 Valentine Aaron B 
27 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
30 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 
32 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
34 Friddell Henry R 
36 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
38 Maddox Julien E 
42 Friddell Samuel I 
46 Davis Robert 
50 Bearden Floyd W 

58 South Francis C 

59 Thompson William G 

Ashland Begins 
Waddell Ends 

61 McMichael Walter 

62 Levin William 

75 Johns William O 

Krog Intersects 

76 Wilson Willis 

78 McGuffin Arthur H 

79 Carr Hugh R 
82 Exley George D 

85 Burton Romie H 

86 Jones Charles F s 

89 Feagin Elmore R 

90 Barnes Florence Mrs 

93 Rogers Edward S 

94 Brittingham William E 
97 Kirkman Lewis E 

101 Hampton Charles 
105 Morris Sarah Mrs 
115 Crane Olen L 
125 Anderson John D 
129 Perkins Albert 
137 Roesler Frederick M 
143 Perrott Robert A 
147 Sawyer Edwin L 
151 Works Callie A Mrs 

Hale Ends 
167 Mason Elmer G 
186 Harrison Preston B 
196 Ligon Haywood M 
210 Jerman W T illiam F 
212 Hill Garnett G 
214 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 



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12 Moseley Joseph A 

13 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

14 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

15 Whitten John B 

16 Harbin Charles R 
18 Cheek Ferman H 
20 Henderson James 

24 Wheeler Trave D 

25 Lawrence W T illiam B 

26 Haynie Isom B 

Tye Intersects 
40 Mathis Eafley 

42 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

43 Hicks Charles H 

Short Ends 
46 Millinder Charles H 

48 Roach Herbert N 

49 Sentell John W 

51 Dorsett James D 
57 Brannan Asbury D 

Estoria Intersects 
65 Johnson Allen 

86 Hollingsworth John W 

87 Christy William A 

88 Coogler Sidney J 

89 Weems Henry A 

90 Cooper Eugene A 

Pearl Intersects 
Gibson Intersects 

03 Haggard Mollie C Mrs 

04 Gunter Thomas C 
07 Freeman William M 
09 Petty Bert M 

11 Livsey Robert L 

15 "Wallace Elizabeth Mrs 

17 Wimbish James T 
20 Stanley Bythum L 

22 Abernathy Emma F Mrs 
24 Bayne Thomas L 
26 Grady John H 
29 Aldred John F 

31 Callaway Taylor A 

32 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

33 Kimbrell Mary Mrs 

34 Boggus Ernest H 

35 Weaver Henry W 

36 Medcalf William F 
39 Yancey Simeon P 
43 Nolen Adolphus B 

46 Peeler Henley C 

47 Cochran W r illiam B 

50 Robinson Charles H 
Delta Place Intersects 

54 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

59 Rodgers William L 

60 Abernathy Martin R 

64 Estis Clem B 

65 Galloway Charles J 
68 Nicholson Albert L 
72 Yarbray Emma Miss 

75 Karwisch Henry 

76 Strickland Lee W 
78 Daniel Milton E 

80 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

52 Curran Daniel J 

Oliver Ends 
Holtz.claw Begins 
199 Jones James (c) 
201 Terry Clarence L 
203 Moreland Newton (c) 

203 Mann John F 

Selman Ends 
Gibson Intersects 

204 Gray George W (c) 

205 Johnson William R 

206 Metz Luther (c) 
209 Jordan David (c) 



21S Phillips Serena E Mrs 
220 Gibson Wi.liam T (c) 

Stovall Begins 
225 Hunt N Asberry 

Flat Shoals Av Intersects 
244 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
250 Lewis Green P 
258 Breedlove George W 
260 Wallace Samuel W 
262 Cook James A 
274 Jarrell George F 

Wetherby Ends 
276 Smith George W 
278 Corley Belton F 
283 Ford James D 
289 Corley Lott W 

292 Thomason Roland G 

293 Turner Richard T 

295 Davenport William N 

296 Yancey James W 

Esten Ends 

300 Thomas Samuel A 

301 Jones William R 
306 Jones William M 
310 Henderson Francis 

Walthal Intersects 
315 Vacant Oct 21, 1912 

Cleveland Intersects 
330 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
332 Cochran James A 
340 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 



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KNOTT'S CROSSING, on College 
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KONTZ AV 

71 Chafln Sarah G Mrs 
73 Grimes William 



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KBIES, see Stewart av 



KBOG, from 660 Decatur n to 
Lake av, sewerage and water 

throughout 

5 Murden James R 

9 Simpson John S 
11 Wilson William A 
15 McClary Samuel G 
19 Martin James 

Edgewood Av Intersects 
37 Bishop Balie B 
42 Preston I Hill 
46 Burie Philip D 

53 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

54 Claughton Henry L 

55 Tabor Harry C 
57 Kimbrell Charles 
59 Tyson Napoleon 
61 Zohn Charles 

63 Blount M F 

64 Randall Bros 

122 Candler, Asa G Jr 

350 Christopher David H 

365 Vacant Oct 18, 1912 

405 Fields Perry F 

407 Hunt Edward 

604 Rutledge William P 



KUHNS, from McLendon n to 
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sewerage throughout 
25 Tumlin George W 
Cain James L 



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Whltefoord Av Intersects . 


45 Longino Robert B 


70 Crowley Thomas J 


50 Knox Thomas H 


75 Green C Mack 


54 Knox Samuel M 


Tippins John F 




74 Saye Edwin D 

79 Akin John B 

99 Lawrence Mary E Mrs 




KUHRT, from 58 N McDaniel s 


w to 45 W Humphries 


3 Freeman Mary (c) 


81 Harvil James J 


3% Davis Isabella (c) 


83 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 


6 Simpson Archie (c) 


85 Norris James H 


7 Clark Charles (c) 


111 McCain Robert L 


9 Gates Mary (c) 


112 Splan Thomas A 


10 Woods Ada (c) 


120 Moffett Frank R 


12 Thomas Minnie (c) 


122 Burnham Arthur B 


16-A Crawford Kate (c) 


123 Lawshe Charles W 


16-B Robinson Minnie (c) 


124 Lamb Frances R Mrs 


18 Burks Thomas (c) 


125 Binder Charles F 


20 Jackson Mary (c) 


134 Steves Wilbert Lee 


24 Bazell Charles (c) 


Lowery Begins 


26 Prest-O-Lite Co The 


151 Jones Harry A 


Beerman Ends 

31 Malone Emma (c) 




LA HATTE, from North av n, 1 


31-A Hubert Janie (c) 


e of Boulevard 


33 Williams Nellie (c) 
33-A Smith Josie (c) 




LAKE AV, from Sou Ry to Col- 


34 Palmer Annie (c) 


quit av, 1 s of Highland av, 


34-A Weems Hadie (c) 


Inman Park, paved with maca- 


34-B Greene Scott (c) 


dam from Sou Ry to Euclid, 


34-C Howard Lela (c) 


sewerage from Hale to Colquit 


35 Brown Lucile (c) 


av, water from Sou Ry to 


35-A Martin Mamie (c) 


Elizabeth 


36 Henderson Annie (c) 


21 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 


36-A Griffin Frank (c) 


23 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 


40 Davis Junius (c) 


25 Valentine Aaron B 


40-A Smith Lee (c) 


27 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 


41 Foster Laura fc) 


30 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 


41-A Hammond Homer (c) 


32 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 


43 Williams Walter (c) 


34 Friddell Henry R 


43-A Scott William 


36 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 


44 Glenn Lutie (c) 


38 Maddox Julien E 


44-A Anderson Malinda (c) 


42 Friddell Samuel I 


45 Phillips William (c) 


46 Davis Robert 


45-A Lancaster Cassie (c) 


50 Bearden Floyd W 


47 Bell Katie (c) 


58 South Francis C 


47-A Arnold William (c) 


59 Thompson William G 


49 Long Susie (c) 


Ashland Begins 


49-A Boddie Martha (c) 


Waddell Ends 


50 Smith John (c) 


61 McMichael Walter 


51 Henderson Bertha (c) 


62 Levin William 


51-A Mangum Mary (c) 


75 Johns William O 

Krog Intersects 




LA FAYETTE DRIVE, e from 


76 Wilson Willis 


Peachtree Circle to Piedmont 


78 McGuffin Arthur H 


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79 Carr Hugh R 


1 Collier Roy 


82 Exley George D 


3 Russell James W 


85 Burton Romie H 


5 Hartman Enos S 


86 Jones Charles F 




89 Feagin Elmore R 




LA FRANCE (Edgewood), from 


90 Barnes Florence Mrs 


1094 DeKalb av e to Mayson 


93 Rogers Edward S 


av, 1 s of Ga R R 


94 Brittingham William E 


1 Bentley Elijah H 


97 Kirkman Lewis E 


2 Epworth Methodist Church 


101 Hampton Charles 


7 Wootten Edward N 


105 Morris Sarah Mrs 


11 Cottingrham James 


115 Crane Olen L 


15 Jones John T 


125 Anderson John D 




129 Perkins Albert 




LADD'S ALLEY, from Wood- 


137 Roesler Frederick M 


ward av s, 1 w of S Pryor 


143 Perrott Robert A 


Flora Av Intersects 


147 Sawyer Edwin D 




151 Works Callie A Mrs 




17 Tribble William B 


Hale Ends 


49 Johnstone William R 


167 Mason Elmer G 


50 Vacant Sept 20. 1912 


186 Harrison Preston B 


51 Ford Albert A 


196 Ligon Haywood M 


53 Westbrooks Joseph F 


210 Jerman William F 


55 Cuesta Angrel L 


212 Hill Garnett G 


68 Lock Belle Mrs 


214 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 



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Elizabeth Ends 
Lucy Begins 

220 Smith Isaac P 

222 Inman Park Grocery Co 

224 Mims & White 

255 Purcell Samuel E 

257 Taffer William S 

263 Hury Mary E Mrs 

266 Hart Elizabeth Miss 

269 Dunaway Robert A 

272 Haynes Harwood S 

273 Hemsley Phil H 
306 Taylor Prank C 
310 Smith Walter H 

314 Almand Augustus W 
318 Smoots George 
322 Belli Albert 
326 Gregg Joseph 
330 Woolf Winfield P 
334 Roberts George W 



LAKE AV, West End Park, 
West View Cemetery 



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LAKEVIEW AV, from Ponce de 
Leon av n to St Charles, 1 e 
of Boulevard 
16 Harr Robert H 
24 Hamilton Ralph M 
28 Myers Lamont 
32 Armstrong Leonard A 
36 Wadsworth John W 
42 Nabell John A 



I LAKEVIEW 

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LAKEWOOD, address mail "At- 
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LAKEWOOD AV, from College 
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mile s of Ft McPherson 



LAMAR, from Martin e to Ami, 
1 s of Georgia av 





LAMBERT, from 402 Simpson n 
to Grafton, 2 w of Davis, wa- 
ter from Simpson to Nortli av, 
sewerage Jones av to North av 

6 Stephens Henry (c) 
10 Martin Thomas (c) 

Jones Av Intersects 
Western Av Intersects 
47 Boatwright Mattie Mrs 
50 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
i 62 Stanley Emma (c) 

64 Middleton Henrietta (c) 
66 DeLaney William (c) 

65 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 



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68 Fluellen Myers (c) 
70 Byrd Rebecca (c) 
74 Vaughn Lilly (c) 

76 Neal Gertrude (c) 

Johnson Ends 

77 Jackson Peter (c) 
84 Freeman Ida (c) 
88 Harris George (c) 

Victor Ends 

Thomas William (c) 
Jones James H (c) 
Thomas William (c) 
Key Frank 
Moore James F 
Jenkins Allen S 
Owensby Matthews 

Jett Intersects 

Everett James H 
Cook Robert C 
Fowler Thomas 
-B Wadsworth James 

Kennedy Intersects 

-A Wards Allan (c) 
Kemp John (c) 
Coppage Mary (c) 
Shuford Quince (c) 
Hilman Ellen (c) 
Smith Gertrude (c) 
Martin Bullard (c) 
Swift Daisy (c) 
Johnson William (c) 
Frasier Steven (c) 
Waters Margaret (c) 
Asbury Josie (c) 

Meldrum Begins 
Taylor Belle (c) 
Clark Annie (c) 
Clark Anna (c) 
Jones Lizzie (c) 
Cook Lucy (c) 
Jackson Hagar (c) 
Young William 
McWhorter Mack (c) 
Wingfield Lady (c) 
Mays Samuel G (c) 
Gates John (c) 
Speer Jerry J (c) 
York William (c) 
Scott Jennie 



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to Highland av, 1 e of Ran- 
dolph, water throughout 

10 Huddleston Alca 

12 Corley B Edward 

14 Lamb Crawford C 

15 Dewey Henry 

16 Jarrell Ziphial C 

18 St John Havannah Mrs 

19 Wilson Callie M 

20 Spivey Michael S 

21 Wilson John R 

22 Johnson Emmett R 

24 Vacant Oct 17, 1912 

25 Ham Edward W 

26 Finariski Louis 

28 Harman Bert 

29 Whitaker Minnie Mrs 

30 Brown James Y 

33 Walker Alexander J 



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to Greenwich and s from Mil- 
ton Smith av to Beecher, 3 w 
of Holderness, paved with 
macadam Gordon to Oak 

25 Rawlins Henry T 

26 Cleckler William J 

27 Witherington Albert C 

29 Merker Robert L 

30 Smith David B 

31 Timmons William H 
33 Rogers Paul E 

35 Legg George C 

36 Shelton Winnifred M Mrs 
38 McNair Walter G 

Oak Intersects 
50 Walker Charles R 
52 Winn Henry J 
54 Gilmore Chesley B 
58 Powell Edward J 
Vacant Sept 7, 1912 



LANGSTON (O C), from Chert 
rd s to city limits 



LANIER DRIVE (O C), from 
Milton Drive e to Evan Drive 



LANSING, from McDonough rd 
s, 2 w of Lakewood av 



LARENDON (Edgewood), from 
Moreland av e to Flora av, 1 n 
of Hardee 



LARKIN, from 114 Walker w to 
Roach, 1 s of 'W Fair, paved 
with macadam from Walker to 
Walnut, sewerage from Wal- 
ker to Roach 
12 Ewing Augustus 

14 Terrell Henry 

15 Jacob Morris B 

16 Barr Benjamin 

18 Hanson Edward A 

19 Bailey John M 

22 Flynn William M 
25 Callaham George D 

28 Ewing William T 

29 Larkin Apartments 
Barnes George S 
Thompson Mack 
Weber Louis 
Hambrick John R 
Denham Lula Miss 

32 Jones Laura Mrs 

33 Belle Isle Robert E 
36 Vaughn Elias L Rev 
37-48 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 

42 Gradv John T 

43 South Oscar W 

44 Mason Martha A 

45 Smith Samuel W 
49 Bolton Ida Miss 
54 Hodges Joseph H 
56 Pullen Algenon 

Chapel Intersects 
61 Starnes Henry E 
65 Carr B Frank 
67 Gower William M 

Greensferry Av Miuins 
72 Wallace Georgia (c) 
72-A Lowe Charity (c) 
74 Stone Rosa (c) 

76 Hill Lillie (c) 

77 Oliver Frances T Mrs 
79 Jones Ned B (c) 

Oliver Alley Ends 



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80 Horn Arthur (c) 

82 Lee Ella 

84-A Wilson Ella ifi) 

84-B Thompson Janie (c) 

86 Turner Rebecca (c) 

88 Perdue Gertrude (c) 

89 Dorsey Janie (c) 
90-A Echols Shad (c) 
90-B Hall Amanda 
92 Dorsey Henry (c) 

94 Wiley Ella (c) 

95 Grier Anderson (c) 

96 Higgins Lillie (c) 

97 Brookins Gus (c) 

98 Alexander Harry (c) 
100 Ingram Hal (c) 

102 Jenkins Arthur (c) 

103 Hogans Tabernacle (c) 

104 Hood Lucy (c) 

106 Heal Louise (c) 

107 Turner Butler M (c) 
107% Ellison Allen (c) 

108 Stephens Joshus W (c) 

109 Heard John (c) 

110 Smoot Isaac (c) 

111 Fell Levi (c) 

112 Spaulding Lucius (c) 

113 Thompson Edward (c) 

114 Sims Matthew (c) 

115 Beavers Mattie (c) 

116 Carlton Bud (c) 

117 McCoy Simon (c) 

118 Williams John (c) 

119 Carlton Charles (c) 

120 Williams Fannie (c) 

122 Thomas Mollie (c) 

Villard Begins 

123 Cantrell Edward (c) 
127 Hogan Emma (c) 
129 Fields Eliza (c) 

131 Scott Carrie (c) 
140 Sims Fannie (c) 
142 Stephens Mollie (c) 
144 McNease Annie (c) 
146 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
150 Brannom John W (c) 
Dora Ends 

153 Grimmett Eliza (c) 
153- A Rowland John (c) 

Mahar Ends 

154 Wadley Mary (c) 

155 Stewart Lula (c) 

156 Sharp John (c) 

158 Robinson Richard (c) 

159 Johnson Hassie 

159- A Henderson William (c) 
Ifitt Wilburn Alfred (c) 

162 Moreland Mary (c) 

163 Berry Edward (c) 
163-A Grimmett Katie (c) 

164 Owens Mattie (c) 
166 Bentley Emma 

168 Hansom Janie (c) 




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8 McCormlck Elizabeth Mrs 
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1 Mangum Delia Mre 
4 Grogan Henry 
7 Croney David W (c) 
35 Smith William (c) 



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15 Taylor Thomas L 

16 Hill Silas F 

17 Simmons William D 
21 White William C 

24 Stow Lee A 

25 Smith Milton R 

26 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

27 Hardman William H 
30 Rogers Charles B 
34 Jordan Charles W 






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LAWSHE, from 190 Greensferry 
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Roach, water throughout, sew- 
erage Fair to Greensferry av 

9 Hendrix Mary (c) 
13 Nelson Lottie (c) 
13-A Harris Kittie <cl 
15 Stone John (c) 
15-A Vacant Sept IS. 1912 
17 Jones Perry L (c) 
17-A Holt James (c) 

26 Jones Mary (c) 
26-A Payne Salena (c) 

27 Tucker Alford (c) 
29 Turner Clara (c) 

31 Waid Percilla (c) 

32 Alexander Henry (c) 

33 Bruce George H 
35 Reid Carrie (c) 

51 Howard William (c) • 
53-A Mitchell William (c) 
53-B Hix Thomas (c) 
Fair Intersects 

79 Gibson Arthur (c) 

80 Brown Melvin (c) 

81 Bullock Phoebe J (c) 

82 Green Lizzie (c) 

84 Marchman Carrie (c) 

85 Favors Walter (c) 

Arrowood Intersects 

93 Martin Laura (c) 

94 Canty Dillie <c) 
98 Hand Alexander 

102 Moon Philip (c) 

104 Price John (c) 

105 Bentley Ida (c) 
127 Jones Cash (c) 



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LAWTON, from 367 Greensferry 
av s beyond L & N R R, 2 w of 
Ashby, paved with macadam 
from Gordon to Oglethorpe av, 
sewerage from Greenwich to 
Gordon, water from Sells av to 
OglethorDe av 
63 Daniels Harlan H 
71 Park Robert C 
75 Walker Catherine Mrs 



77 Carter Thomas B 

81 Pechin Wilson C 

87 Hoelman John J 1 no. 

89 Nelms William H L 

90 Hughs Robert N 

Greenwich Intersects; 

92 Barrett Jeff K Dr 

93 Whiteman James E 
97 Fort Arthur G Dr 

101 Livingston Leonidas F* 

105 Floyd Andrew J 

106 Cunningham Carl R 
109 Smith William L . 
115 Calhoun William; R I 
119 George James R 
123 Horacek Joseph 
129 Eberhardt R Wade- 

Lucile Av Intersects 

142 Murphey DuPont 

143 Bridges Carrie M Mrs 

147 Kimbrough Robert P 

148 Roberts William H 

152 Mangham Joseph R 

153 Schenck Annie E Mrs 
156 Kroeg Charles W 
161 Broach Charles E 
165 Upshaw Benjamin C 
169 Poley Isaac J 

Oak Intersects 
185 Almond Albert R 
189 Hargrave Frances L 

193 Young Mamie F Miss 

194 Hawes Annie I Mrs 
197 Russell Fritz E 

200 Reynolds Joseph B 

201 Henry William M 

202 Belliveau Edward S 
204 Floyd Joseph T 

207 Cook H Claude 

208 Beavers James L 

209 Peck Warner 
212 Richardson William S 
215 Nichelson Harry B 

Gordon Intersects 
226 Jones George O Dr 
241 Foster Cora C Mrs 
251 Turner William H 
255 Beasley J Myrick 

257 Fleming Octavia E Mrs 

258 Bradley Horrati'o G 

261 Wetmore Annie L Mrs 

262 Harris Lucia n • 
265 Rose Marc A 
268 Arnold Howard H 

272 Dickenson William M 

273 Drewry Joseph H 
275 McCreight John S 

278 Dobbs Willis 

279 Whaley Sarah G Miss 

280 Webb William T 
Uncle Renins Av Begins; 

281 Snodgrass William W 

286 King Fannie L Mrs 

287 Burton Hugh T 

288 Cook Virginius W 

290 Vacant Sept 10, 1912' 

291 Smith James Jr 

292 Corley George W 
295 Brown Erwin R Dr 
297 Kell Wayne S 

Oglethorpe Av Intersects; 
303 Pope Christopher S" 
308 Teague Benjamin F 
311 Vincent EveTyn 
314 Steinhauer George W 
318 Beauvais Lee F . 
322 Hackett William M 
338 Watson Lucy (c) 



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Kagland Scott (c) 
Bryant Arnold 'c> 
Beeeher luterneetN 
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Tull Albert D 
White J Arthur 
Reeves Arthur S 
Burel William L 
Daniel Charles W 
Childress John D 
Huie George W 
Allen George W 
Suttles T Earl 
Lewis Edward P 
Dailey Mary M Mrs 
Roberts Starling G 
Wood M Susan Mrs 
White Robert M 
Sheats W Eugene 
Webb James M 



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to 230 Carter, 2 w of Chestnut, 
water throughout 



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LEE, from 237 Greensferry av s 
to limits and n to Columbus 
av, ' 1 e of Ashby, paved with 
macadam from West End av to 
Park, asphalt from Park to 
city limits, sewerage from 
Greensferry av to Park and 
Oak to Beeeher, and from Ran- 
kin to Donnally, water from 
Greensferry av to city limits 
Going: South 
1 Greenbaum Edward 
3 Andrew Charles H (c) 

10 DuBose Tea (c) 

11 Pace George (c) 
15 Scott Jesse A (c) 
17 Watson George 

19 Russell Daniel (c) 

20 Lee Mary (c) 

21 Davis William M 

22 Branson John (c) 

23 Dorsey Cora <c) 

24 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

27 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

28 Cheshire J Scott Dr 
31 Reynolds Shirley Mrs 
35 Rozetta John 
37 Maddox Charles 
37-A Kitchens Charles A 
40 Wilson Irwin W 
43 Grist John I 
45 Dahlmann Edwin 

Broomhead i;n<l«. 

48 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

49 Fulton James A 
52 Luck John W 
56 Coley Alvin E 

58 Broyles Robert A & Co 

North I :iwn En<N 
West End Av Begins 

59 Butler George E 

60 Southern Coal Co 

61 Freeman Earl L 

62 Manos James 

68 Foster Joseph A 

69 Tidwell Oscar I 
73 Pitchford George 
79 Chapman Martha 



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84 Redwine William II 

88 Sanders Henry D 

Hammond EuiIn 

90 Clayton Joseph M 

91 DeLoach Bonnie A 

\«rcriis.s Av BeK'luM 

97 Reeves James D 

105 Henry William T 

Park Internee! m 

133 Ray Dempsey J 

137 Harper William J 

140 Byers William A 

141 Carter Edgar V 
144 Stewart Eva L Mrs 

149 McHan Augustus C 

150 Zachry William 1 

152 Dunlop Josephine H Mrs 

Oak liilirsccli 

156 Crowe Walter A Dr 

157 Gordon George A 

160 Melson Leonidas J 

161 Rainey George W 

164 Newman Benjamin M 

165 Sutherlin Mary L Mrs 
168 Truitt Henry L 

174 Belk Samuel R Rev 

186 Bailey Lewis E 

189 Kilpatrick Walter W 

190 Bloomfield Patrick J 

193 Daniel John F 

Zachery Ini ei *<•<•<* 

194 Keeton John 

196 Stockton George A 

197 Lee Street School 

A Bene Av KuiIm 

198 West End Baptist Church 

200 Derrick P Wesley 

201 Ramsey William P 

204 Purser John F Rev 

205 Florence Lula B Miss 

206 Harris Frank P 

208 Harper Luther S 

209 Ms Hyperion Club 

210 Hill & Lamar 

210 y 2 Davis William M (c) 

212 Sub Station Atla Journal 

214 Walker Frederick W 

Gordon Intersects 

216 West End Bank 

220 Eining Theodore 

221 Caldwell Robert H 

222 Shissler Margaret B Mrs 

226 Fickett Richard N Jr ' 

227 Thornton Ernest C 

231 Anderson Edgar R Jr 

232 Cartledge Joseph N 

233 Kemp Calladonia D Mrs 

235 Orchard Reuel R 

236 Merritt John H 

239 Becknell Thomas L 

240 Miles Edward B 

241 Watson Julius S 

York Av Begins 

246 Church of the Incarnation 

250 Prather John S 

253 Smoak Perry M 

256 Jackson J Frank Rev 

257 Rose Franklin 
260 Eberhardt John L 

263 White J D 

264 Spencer Macon B 
267 Therrell Daniel .M 

265 Spratlin William M 
269 Kesner George T Dr 

272 Booth Eugene T 

273 Lowe Lewis D 

Oglethorpe Av Begins 

277 Weber Gustav F 




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.EE — Cont'd 

278 Jenkins William C 

283 Lanham Charles M 

295 Mason James A 

296 Van Dyke Elizabeth C Mrs 

299 Southern Christian Orphan 

300 Bloodworth Jennie M Mrs 

301 Anderson William P 

302 Baldwin Frank B 

304 Carmichael S Hugh 

305 Grizzard Newton J Dr 
307 Gann Robert M 

Mathews Begins 
310 Lawton James W 
312 Booth Walter H 
316 Fussell John W 

321 Burckel J Martin 

322 Hill Lemuel H 

325 Morris Burton B 
325-A Evans William E 

326 Bowles David L 

Beecher Begins 
340 Potter George A 

343 Barge Lucy L Mrs 

344 Wallace Samuel H 

348 Southern Fixture & Cab Co 

349 Tucker Florence L Miss 

350 Weinberg Morris 
354 Caldwell R Hugh Jr 
357 Bowen William H 

360 Telford Hubert G 

361 McCord Walstein W Rev 
364 Camp Charles L 

369 Stevens Lucy N Mrs 

White Begins 

370 Dodson John M 

371 Mason Hugh W 

372 Jones Julian 

373 Weinberg Morris 
391 Davis Joseph H 
441 Burke James F 

I, & .N Belt Intersects 
Donnelly Intersects 
451 Fire Station No 13 

455 Suttles Alfred L 

456 Triangle Machine Works 

457 Fowler Emma N Mrs 
459 Chapman Augustus H 
461 Mobley William H 

463 Wallace & Donehoo Shop 
463 Quigley Hardy M 
465 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
467 Tracy William W 
469 Baird Noah W 

Dlmmock Begins 
487 Campbell Andrew F 
487 Campbell Felton A 
489 Upchurch John E 
491 Head John F 
493 Tinsley William R 
497 Phillips Virgil 
501 Kimberly Marvin P 
503 Hope Henry 
507 Waits M Frank 
509 White Charles L 
511 White John W Dr 
513 Gordon Edward M 
517 White Harrison B 
521 Torbush John L 
523 Oakland City Market 
525 Whitaker Simon T Dr 
527 Tucker & McMurray 
529 y 2 Reid Lemuel C 

Arlington Av Begins 
533 Bomar Boise S Dr 
537 Ragsdale Isaac N 
547 Graham Missouri Mrs 
557 Graves Algernon S 



561 McCollough John T 

563 Wells James W 

565 Wells Thomas A 

571 Mims John 

575 Tidwell Francis Mrs 

581 Floyd David E 

583 Wallace & Darley 

Campbellton Road Begins 

603 Johnson Thomas M 

611 Sloan Andrew L 

619 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

635 Hanna Cicero G 

639 Irwin Oscar C 



LEE (O C) 

Tillman Charles D 
Stoy Walter J 
Newton Tracy S 
Leverton Hattie (c) 
Going North 
15 Newton George W (c) 
15-A Turner Mattie (c) 
17 Hudson Nancy (c) 
19 Hastings Williams A 
19^ Jones William (c) 

21 Ford Factor (c) 

22 Ward Charles C (c) 

22 Covin Edwin A 

23 Hancock Carrie (c) 

24 Maycock Albert T (c) 

25 Davis Alice (c) 

26 Almand Dorendo R (c) 

27 Henderson William (c) 

28 Hall John H (c) 

32 Latimer Henry R (c) 

39 Wynn Gus W (c) 

40 Vinson John (c) 

41 Harper John (c) 

42 Small Sewell (c) 



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LEE AV, changed to Keely, from 
121 Curran to Howell Mill rd, 
2 n of Marietta, water from 
Curran to Jefferson 

2 McWilliams Boyd 

3 Wlllbanks Coleman 

4 Hearn Lucius J 

4 Turner Alice Mrs 
8 Herndon Joshua F 

10 Delk William R 

11 Cornett J West 

12 Bishop Edgar 

13 Hickev Edward 

14 Bennett William L 

16 Delk Josiah E 

17 Kitchens William C 

McMillan Intersects 
23 Johns Lula Mrs 

25 Speer Crawford A 
Pelot Ella E Mrs 

26 Stroud Rosa Mrs 

28 Parker James A 

27 Powers George' H 
Vandergriff John W 

Springfield Ends 

29 Dannenbrink Louis C 

30 McKee William A 

31 Haney Frank 
Hemphill Av Intersects 

32 Anderson Turner G 

Center Intersects 
34 Anderson William M 



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LEILA (Edgewood). from De- 
Kalb av s to Hardee, 1 e of 
Moreland av 



LELAND, 

State 



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1 Gravitt William W 
3 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
5 Lee William M 



LENA, from 58 Mayson and 
Turner av w to L & N R R, 
sewerage to Ashby 

6 Lyle Jasper J 

7 Hartley Hiram E 

14 Hooker C Katie Mrs 
21 Hewlett Fred H 
61 James Samuel A 
75 Sackwell William C 



LEONARD, from 360 Peters n to 
Greensferry av, 1 w of Hum- 
phries, paved with macadam 
throughout, sewerage and -wa- 
ter from Peters to Chapel 
9 Bidgood Leah P Mrs 

11 West William R 

12 Henson William S 

13 Leatherwood James 

16 Leroy Nellie Mrs 

17 Wilson Henry M 

18 Wolf Harris 

19 Porter Isaac P 

21 Hays George A 

22 Timmons Nathaniel 

23 Trinity Home Mission 

24 Gregory Elizabeth Mrs 

25 Wilson Milton C 

26 Engesser William B 

27 Weir J Thomas 

Chapel Intersects 
Ella Begins 
29 Wynne Dry Cleaning Co 
39 Leonard St Orph Home (c) 
41 Holman Florence E (c) 
Greensferry Av Intersects 
Henry Intersects 
43 Spear Miles (c) 
73 Smith William (c) 
75 Addie Luther (c) 
80 Bryant Charles <c) 



LESLIE (Edgewood), from Har- 
dee s to Boulevard DeKalb, 2 
e of Moreland av 



LESTER, from 256 Vine w to 
Sunset av, 1 s of Foundry 



LESTER AV, from Confederate 
av s to Soldiers* Home, 3 w of 
Underwood av 



LESTER'S ALLEY, from Rhodes 
s, 1 w of Haynes 



LETHEA, Lakewood Heights, on 
Lakewood car line 



LEWIS, from Whitefoord av e to 
Montgomery, 1 s of Boulevard 
DeKalb 



LEWIS, from Collins s to Bay- 
lor av, 1 w of A B & A R R 



LEXIE, e of Buckhead 



LEYDEN (Battle Hill), from Lu- 
cile av, n to Greensferry av, 1 
w of L & N R R, sewerage 
from Greenwich to Greensfer- 
ry 



LIBERTY, from 75 N Humphries 
n e to Holland, in w of 
Chapel, water throughout 



LIDDELL ALLEY, from Old 
Wheat n to Irwin, bet Jack- 
son and Fort 



LILLIAN (Cook's District), from 
16 Clayton n, 1 w of State 



LILLIAN AV, from Stewart av 
w to Junction Murphy and Al- 
lene avs, 1 s of Gillette av 

9 Phillips Robert A 
11 Hall William 

14 University School of Atl 

15 Hall Godfrey L N 
19 Clark George W 

21 Phillips William R 

25 Harrison Mannie M 

27 Thompson Walter L 

29 Butler John A 

31 Camp Joseph M 

33 Strickland Jefferson S Rev 



LILY'S ALLEY, from 85 W Lin- 
den n one-half block 



LIME ROW, bet 16 and 18 N 

Forsyth (Under Bridge) 



LINDEN ALLEY, from 188 Wil- 
liams w to Orme, 1 s of Pine 



LINDEN AV, from 207 W Peach- 
tree e to 438 Jackson and w 
to 94 Orme, 1 n of Merritts av, 
paved with macadam Spring to 
West Peachtree, granite block 
W Peachtree to Courtland, ma- 
cadam Courtland to Piedmont 
av and Hunt to Jackson, sew- 
erage from Orme to Spring. 
Peachtree to Jackson and 
Boulevard to Randolph, water 
from Williams to Jackson and 
Boulevard to Arnold 
Going East 
10 Clarke William W 

16 Patty Henry M 

17 Jones Darwin G 

20 Shedden Robert F 

21 Fitten Louise M Miss 
25-7 Davis & Fischer Sana 
61 Badger Oren W 

63 Walker Charles J 
65 Hornady Nina Miss 

Peachtree Intersects 
72 E Linden Court Apts 

McKoy Laura A Mrs 

Thommason Augustus R 

Omeara James B 

Porter Anthony T 
Courtland Intersects 
76 Barnes Edward H 
78 James Emmett K 
82 Stone Francis I 

84 Alpha Tau Omega Frat Hse 

85 Barker Brader 

89 Wilson Kate Mrs 

90 Keeler Milton E 



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LITTLE — Cont'd 
223 Williams Angie (c) 
225 McKibbens Jackson (c) 
227 Render Frank (c) 

229 Stanford William (c) 

230 Thompson Frank (c) 

232 Jenkins Lucy (c) 

233 Jones James (c) 

234 Colquitt John (c) 
236 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

238 Anderson Alfred (c) 

239 Griffin Josie (c) 
243 Render William (c) 
249 Jackson Henry (c) 
251 Curry Emma (c) 

253 Leverette Cooper (c) 
281 Keaton Estelle (c) 
285 Thomas Henry (c) 

Connally Intersects 
294 Shealey Ellen (c) 

Garden Intersects 

319 Reed Mattie (c) 

320 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
325 Millner George R 
331 Scott Luther G 

333 Brown Edward C 
337 Paris Frank 
341 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
343 Davis Samuel G 
347 Lunsford Glenn O 
Hill Intersects 
349 McMahon James P 
351 McMahon James P 



LITTLE GATE, on College Park 
car line 



LITTLE PLACE, from 201 Little 
a half block 



LIVERMORE, Lakewood Heights 



LOGAJV, from 110 Martin e to 
119 Grant, 1 s of Woodward 
av, paved with macadam, sew- 
erage and water from Hill to 
Grant and Connally to Martin 

10 Griffin Daniel (c) 
10-A Bass George (c) 

11 Kennon Walter (c) 

12 McKenzie Walter (c) 
12-A Smith John (c) 

13 Sheffield George (c) 

14 Cone Oscar (c) 

17 Wright Green (c) 

18 Colbert John (c) 

20 Tate Willis Rev (c) 
23 Reid William (c) 
25 Lester Sarah (c) 

27 Smith Lizzie (c) 

28 McKinley Paris (c) 

29 Simons Augusta (c) 

30 Taylor Clifford (c) 
30-A Robinson James (c) 



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32 Dickens Molly (c) 

33 Steward Mary (c) 

34 Brown Frank (c) 

35 Atkinson Mary (c) 
39 Whitaker Anna (c) 

Hall Thomas (c) 
41 Smith Lucy (c) 
45 Clay Thomas (c) 
45-A McClendon John (c) 
Hill Intersects 
107 Hambrick James W 

110 Golden Joseph 

111 Cain Solomon I 

115 Dine Andrew H 
Curtright Walter 

116 Gross Joseph L 
Hooks Chester H 

119 Cooley George W 

120 Singleton John H 

123 Singleton William F 

124 Hawes Alexander W 
Mangum Lee B 

126 Hay S Russell 

127 Guthrie Horace B 
130 Pratt Mary E Mrs 
132 Robbins Aline Mrs 

134 McWilliams Onie L 

Broyles Begins 

135 Reese Amos H 

138 Cook James R 

139 Clark Thomas J 

142 Parkes Samuel 

143 Dunn Thomas O 

147 McKinley Charles 

148 Green Isaac S 

151 Dernell Ernestine Mrs 

152 Willbanks P Lamar 



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LOGAN AV, from 510 S Boule- 
vard e to Ormewood Park, 
paved with chert Boulevard to 
A & W P Ry, water Boulevard 
to A W P Ry 
40 Dobson William M 

42 Vacant Sept 5. 1912 

43 Pelot Reuben N 

46 McMurray George E 

47 Westmoreland John W Dr 
50 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

52 Gable William G 
57 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 



LOGAN'S ALLEY, from 152 
Houston n to Ellis bet Butler 
and Piedmont 



LONDON LANE, bet Harris and 
Baker, Piedmont and Butler. 
sewerage throughout 



LONGINO AV, from Ponce de 
Leon av n, 1 e of Boulevard 



LONGLEY AV, from 1284 Mari- 
etta, s to County Stockade, 3 

w of Ashby 
3 Smith James W 

5 Glass Manson P 

6 Bohler Seab L 

7 Cook Iona T 

8 Whitaker Colquitt 

10 Black John T 

11 Bohler Meredeth 

12 McDaniel James M 
Christian Church 

Church Begins 
14 Beckett Robert 



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15 Parrar Arthur E 

17 McDonald Martha A Mrs 

18 Anchors William H 

19 Garmon Richard A 

20 Brown William H 

21 Harris Charles R 

22 Ivy John P 

23 Mooney James S 

24 Seagraves James A 

25 Russell Robert O 

26 Mooney Herbert E 

27 Ivey Emma Mrs 

31 Robinson Alonzo S 

Niles Av Intersects 
42 Jacobs Titus 

44 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

45 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

46 Peeples Richard F 

47 Hutchinson James H 

48 Entrican Hiley G 
50 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

58 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

59 Garman Frank P 

60 Hollingsworth John A 
68 Hearst Madison (c) 
70 Pharr Henry (c) 



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LOOMIS AV, from 571 E Fair s 
to L P Grant Park, 1 w of 
Park, sewerage from Wood- 
ward av to Sydney, water 
from Woodward av to Glenn- 
wood av, paved with rock and 
chert Fair to Woodward 
1 Wells Thomas J 

5 Kilgore John P 

6 Cartee Luther W 
8 Bradford Lucinda C Mrs 

8 Bradford Louise Miss 

9 Johnson Asbury H 

10 Anchor Carlos S 
Clary Leone Miss 

11 Webster Mary Miss 

14 Warren George T 

15 Bransford Josephine Mrs 

16 Paris William D 

19 Pate James E 

20 Whitworth John C 
22 Walkley Norman S 

Woodward Av Intersects 
42 Young Thomas G 
45 McDonald Frank E 

51 Nelson William C 

52 Wallace William H 

55 Chapman G Berrv 

56 Englett William E 

59 Rice James H 

60 McConnell H Lee 

63 McLean Lilian Mrs 

64 Wiggins S Daniel 

Bryan Intersects 
76 Wilson William R 

81 Maddox Grover C 

82 Eubanks Hugh E 
84 Barfield John W 

87 Styron Stephen C 

88 Crowley James B 

91 Hairston Laura Mrs 

92 Tucker Walter J Dr 

93 Spinks Louis A 

Glennwood Intersects 
108 Lea veil Julius C 
111 Huber Morris 



112 Fisher Albert M 

115 Beach John A G 

116 Cowan James G 
120 Suburban Garage 



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LOS ANGEL.ES AV, from High- 
land av w one block, 1 n "i 
Greenwood av 



LOUISA ALLEY, from 169 Foun- 
dry n to Newton, bet Davis 
and Haynes 



LOVE, from Windsor e to 
Hill, 2 s of Georgia av 
96 Smith Epenitus A Mrs 
100 Middlebrook Thomas L 

Crew Intersects 
114 Visel Benjamin J 
116 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 
118 Hudson Maud Mrs 
120 Goodwin Jerome 
122 Whitten Charles B 
124 Rutledge George W 
124-A Dennis Eva Mrs 
126 Clattoni Cabio 
126-A Hyndman James W 
128 Berry Charles 
128-A Smith Aderson W 
130 Barnett Robert N 
132 Yarbrough Verner 

Capitol Av Intersects 
150 Alderman Alonzo E 
153 Swinney Elijah T 
155 Campbell George T 
157 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 

160 Phillips E Allen Mrs 

161 Davis Paul 

162 Stallings J Davis 

163 Boenning J Michael 

164 Edgar W Thomas 
166 Sullivan Henry L 

Fraser Intersects 
185 Vacant Sept 10. 1912 
195 Stewart Robt S 
199 Nunn Henry (c) 

Reed Intersects 
201 Cody Carrie <c) 
203 McGaughey Charles (c) 
205 Franklin Mathew J (c) 
209 Taylor Lula (c) 

Terry Intersects 
215 Jones Samuel (c) 
216-A Simon Ludie (c) 
216-B Shaw John (c) 
217 O'Neal Teston (c) 
218-A Fant William (e) 
218-B Hendrix Jane fc) 

Martin Intersects 
240 Ledford Loyd A 
243 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
245 Vacant Sept 10. 1912 
246-A Gladman George (c) 
246-B Dickerson Otis (c) 

247 Smith Sword <c> 

248 Taylor Annie (c) 

249 Gladman John (c) 

250 Stallings Emmett (c) 

251 Whitaker Sallie (c) 

253 Reilfoot Sarah (c) 

254 McNair Morgan (c) 

255 Lee Frances fc) 

256 Vacant Sept 15, 1912 

257 Wyatt George (c) 

Ami Intersects 
Connally Intersects 
315 Hardv Carrie (c> 
317 Battle Nancy fct 



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LOVE — Cont'd 

319 Teasley Alexander (c) 

320 Ezzard Dock (c) 

Garden Intersects 

330 London Charles A 




LOVE, from 344 Windsor, e to 
351 Cooper, 1 n of Hendrix av 

3 Nicholson Walter R 

4 Johnson Samuel C 

5 Evans Andrew F 

6 Kutzschen Edgar K 

7 Tumlin Missouri Mrs 
9 Tumlin Louis L 



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LOVEJOY, from 121 Simpson n 
to W North av, 1 w of Orme, 
sewerage from Mills to Mer- 
ritts av, water from Simpson 
to Merritts av 
10 Boyd Amelia (c) 
12 Andrews Carrie (c) 
14-A Rotaerson Annie (c) 
14-B Jackson Lizzie (c) 
16 Neese Isaac G 

Powers Intersects 
20 Slappey Grant (c) 
22 Williams Ella (c) 
24 Stephens Pearl (c) 
26 Carroll India (c) 
28 Pickens James (c) 

Alexander Intersects 

44 Coe Leonidas P 

45 Gill Elizabeth Miss 

Mills Intersects 
57 Lee John B 

59 Newnan P Lee 

60 Brooks William A 
61-A Kemp Sarah (c) 
61-B Moreland Mary (c) 

62 Teat Wallace T 

63 West Thomas (c) 
64-A Stanley William E 
64-B Jesse A Lee 

65 Anderson Annie (c) 
66-A Bates Charles F 
66-B Holcombe Joseph M 

68 Moore James W 

Parker Intersects 

69 Lander Abraham 

71 Willis John W 

72 Miller George G 

75 Shelton Malcolm A 

76 Warren Walter P 

79 Thornton Malory J Jr 
83 Lambert William C 
85 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
85-A Smith Albert R 
87 Fisher Connor L 
87-B Grier Hubble S 
89 Castleberry Mary E Mrs 
89-A Childress Theodore J 

91 Hills Jacob P 
91-B Deariso Idus C 

Hunniciitt Intersects 

92 Boone Thomas A 

93 Vacant Sept 14, 3912 
93- \ Poberts Gilbert M 

94 Wallace Nettie W Mrs 

95 Vacant Oct 4, 1912 
95-B Vacant Sept 14. 1912 

96 Stephens Laura Miss 
97- A Vacant, Sept 14, 1-912 
97-B Vacant Oct 4, 1912 
98 Johnson George W 



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Nix Charles P 
Liddell Edward M 
Hamilton Robert E 
Dedman Marcus L 
Rider Ella Miss 
McKibben Ada Mrs 
Pine. Intersects 
Smith Robert (c) 
Connell John T 
Prater Nancy C Mrs 
Ramey John H 
Vacant Sept 12, 1912 . 
Myers Gerhard H 
Hall Tillman H 
Gassaway John M 
Sorrow John P 
Langston Allie Mrs 
Kilpatrick J Thomas 
Willard George B 
Bedford Charles A 
Merritts Av Intersects 
Eason William A (c) 
Watson Julia (c) 
Palmer Dilsi (c) 
Miller Mary (c) 
Cook Sarah (c) 



LOWE, changed to Electric av 

LOWE'S ALLEY, from Larkin s 
e to Walker, 1 e of Chapel 



LOWNDES, from 154 Forrest av 
to 117 Currier, bet Butler and 
Fort, sewerage throughout 
(see also Buchanan) 



LOWNDES AV, from Shelton av. 
's to Lillian av, 2 w of Stewart 
1 Dailey Robert R 
4 Roberts Nancy C Mrs 
7 Dameron William C 

18 Dailey Edgar L 

19 Cook Mattie Miss 

21 Beckworth Bertice E 
24 McDaniel Edgar F 
26 Bradberrv Ira J 
28 Preston Oliver F 
30 Lacey Robert N 
36 Turner Paul E 
38 Kimberly Thomas J 
Hunt Mary A Mrs 



LOWREY (formerly Central av. 
Edgewood), from La France s 
to Maud, 1 w of Mayson av 
Binder Adolph E 



LUCILE AV, from 120 Ashby w 
to limits, 1 n of Oak, paved 
with macadam from Ashby to 
Holderness, sewerage from 
Culberson to Holderness. 

water from Ashby to Holder- 
ness 
1 Dickey Samuel L 
5 Morgan Herbert W 
7 Hamilton Liday E 
11 Johnson Casper J 
15 Campbell James A 
17 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
19 Graves Lewis N 

25 O'Quinn Carl R 

26 Willis Louise J 

29 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

30 Howard Martha E Mrs 
35 Holland Harry L 



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Furlong James M 
Green Phillip B 
Cotton William B 
Reiley Harry O 
Nunnally Alonzo A 
Moffett Fletcher E 
Reid Frederick W 
Singer Henry L 
Cribbs Archibald 
Bartlett Artemus C 
West Stephen J 
Kelley Edgar S 
Hardwick James O 
Allen James P 
Collins Leon D 

Peeplen Intersects 
Smith Burgess 
McAfee Homer A 
Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
Alexander William D 
Northern Paul J 
Wiley Charles L 
Philip Ernest R 

Culberson Ends 
Simpson William R 
Smith John M 
Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
Bolles Hamilton D 
Smith John E 
Cully John D 

I nw ton Intersects 
Martin Jesse H 
Smith William M 
Legg John 
Ailes Milton E 
Corry Emma R Mrs 
Cornelius Ada R Mrs 
Appleby Scott B 
Cooper Martha A Mrs 
Kingston William 
Ebelien William G 
Byington John R 
Sparr Alva E 
Vacant Oct 8, 1912 
Pierce John R 
A Oakes Walter B 
Parks Frank L 

Dnrgun Begins 
Dargan James T 
Cook Frederick P 
Schartle Leon S 
Hughey Kimmie A Mrs 
Lively John 
Dorsey William H S 
Watkins Horace B 
Hogan Irvin O 
Nash Richard R 
Lansdell Henry S 
Ivins John B 
Davis Robert L 
King John H 
Wilson A Jewel 
Windburn Fred E 
Eskridge Albert P 

Holderness Intersects 
Elliott D D 

I .V \ It l< Intersects 
Chapman Sarah A Mrs 
Jones Edward P 



HJCII-E PLACE, from Lawton, 
w to Dargan, 1 s of Lucile av 



LITKIE, from 108 Peachtree n 
w to 205 W North av, 3 n of 
Marietta at beginning, paved 
with granite block from 
Peachtree to North av. macad: 



am from North av to State, 
Netverage from Peachtree to 
Spring and Bartow to North 
;iv, water from Peachtree to 
North av 

2 Alexiou Charles P 

2-A Kaplan Benjamin 

4 Bellelsle Alvin L 

6 Gwinn John J A 

8 Excelsior Auto Co 

S 1 /^ Cheatham Bros 
10 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 
12 Vacant Sept 27, 1912 
14 Weaver Thomas H 
14 Ms Hyndman James F 
16 White William M 

Forsyth Intersect* 
26 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

29 Elkin-Goldsmith Sana 

30 Burkert-Simmons Co 

Falrlle Intersecta 

31 Western Electric Co 

32 Demopulos Peter 

33 Atlanta Rubber Stamp & 
St Wks 

Addressograph Co The 
33% Luckie Apartments 

34 Hyman Henry S 
Essenkay Co 

34% Bagwell Busi Col 
35-37 Ga Paint & Glass Co 
36% Low Hong Kong 

38 Moler Barber School 
38% Coyne J Prince 

39 Smith Ozias A 
Francis William P 
Carter C A Co 

39% Atlanta Tent Co 
Adams C E Co 
Merchants Towel Sup Co 
Mulford H K Co 

40 Smith & Guest 

41 Sanitary Plumbing Co 

42 Mion Bros Co 

Cone Intersects 
46 Henry T Lozier 
49 Powell Rosa Mrs 
51 Carmichael Lucy E Mrs 
55 Snyder Edward C 

Spring; Intersects 
63 Glass Elizabeth B Mrs 
67 Rogers Lillian Mrs 

69 Tabernacle Dormitory 

70 Wing Charles 

73 Vacant Oct 1, 1912 

74 Dodgen Stella R Mrs 
78-90 Baptist Tabernacle Ch 
79 Phillips John L 

81 Vacant Oct 1, 1912 

85 Tabernacle Infirm Annex 

Tabernacle Dormitory 
87 Reeves F Alexander 
91 Ware George 

95 Atlanta Sch of Medicine 

97 Sou Col of Pharmacy 

96 Tabernacle Infirmary 

98 Nurses Dorm Tab Infirm 

Bartow Intersects 
101 Bland Gorley & Waldrep 

104 Allen Lorraine Miss 

105 Knight Jacob J 

106 Pleasant Robert B (c) 

108 Red Cross Creamery 

109 Keadle Kenneth W 

110 Young W Homer 

111 Saliba Tanuis S 

114 Weeks Jennie L Mrs 

115 Landen "William 



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LUCKIE — Cont'd 
116 Posse Kate Mrs 
118 Hadley Armanda Mrs 
122 Lane Joseph H 
128 Gimbruch Edna E Mrs 

Cain Intersects 
131 Boatfield William W 
134 Burnett Joseph N 
136 Starnes James J 
139 Coleman Cora Mrs 
140-A Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
140-B Lynch Edward J 
140-C Wetherwax Louis R 
140-D Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

144 Nichols Frank D 

145 Paul Luther M 

148 Waver Hattie M Mrs 

149 Hermeyer Louis M 

151 Barkschadt Prank Mrs 

Hayden Begins 

152 Weinmeister Henry 
156 Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

Harris Ends 
Tabernacle Place Begins 
168 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

172 McCown Joseph H 

173 Campbell Elizabeth Mrs 

176 Parker Thomas J 

177 Howell Clemmie H Mrs 

178 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
178-A McMillan Ferris 

180 Beauchamp Charles C 
180-A Job Zachary T 

181 Doonan Frank J 

182 Anthony Mary C Mrs 

186 Smith George W 

187 Fant John P 

190 Smith Eugene S 

191 Campbell Drucilla Mrs 
195 Nichols Henry O 

Earle Begins 

198 McElhinney Neal 

199 Jordan Tandy W 

202 Vandivere Sanford L 

203 Hamby Cynthia A Mrs 
206 Stansell Minnie Mrs 
208 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

Baker Ends 
Hull Begins 
210 Straub August 

Thurmond Begins 
212 Williams L Benjamin 

215 Brown Chancer G 

216 Doyle George S 
219-A Wampler James A 
219-B Buford Curtis S 
220 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
221-A Chappelle G Walter 
221-B Muse Oscar P 

224 Davis Frank 

225 Moody Henry B 

226 Shuler Mary Mrs 

Latimer Begins 

227 Landen Thomas E 

231 Moore Memorial Church 

232 Eason Isaac B 

233 Holderby Andrew R Rev 

236 Eason William E 

237 Dodgen John T 
245 Carman James H 

252 Spears Elizabeth Mrs 

253 Dunn Andrew J 

256 Harper Moses R 

Simpson Intersects 

257 Adams Carlton K 
261 Holley William P 
272 Baker John J 

276 Cashman Peter C 



277 Chevalier William W 

279 Lyle William R 

280 Chatham Wesley A 
284 Nichols Minerva Mrs 
286 Cappers Frederick S 

Alexander Intersects 
294 Adams Absolom Q 
Hood Reuben C Dr 
298 Latimer Tommie Mrs 

301 Bishop Reuben L 

302 Johnson George E 
305 Hunnicutt Jennie Mrs 

Mills Intersects 
310 Thompson Peyton G 

313 Grogan Emily F Mrs 

314 Klassett Andrew 

315 Hudson James L 

318 Palmer Fannie V Mrs 
318-A Morris Miranda Mrs 

319 McHenry Charles (c) 

320 Schenck Emil E 
320-A Avery W Ernest 

323 Mott Nanon Mrs 

324 Abies Sarah L Mrs 

327 Moore Paul M 

328 Sewell Earl 

331 Vienna Baking Co 

332 Davis James H 

335 Wallace Clyde Miss 

336 Butler Henry H 

339 Peeples Lucius W 

340 Coile Annie Mrs 

Hunnicutt Intersects 
343 Meyer Henry 
345 Bourn Charles W 
349 Maner William A Dr 

353 Shields Joseph M 

354 Stone George B Rev 

359 Holcombe Samuel B 

360 Harbuck Lawson W 

363 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

364 McGrath William R 

365 McCalla Thomas E 

366 Bowie Charles M 

367 McDonald Charles S 

368 Harwell Charles M 

369 Huff James B 

Pine Intersects 
371 Taylor Alexander H S 
380-6 Luckie St School 
381 Matthews John C 
383 Kiker Dona Mrs 
383-B Gormley James R 
385 Bostwick Roscoe C 
387 Ray Frank C 

390 Arnold Joseph E 

391 Taylor Alexander H S 

392 Shearer Frederick H 
394 Henderson William F 
396-A Williams Zed O 
396-B Astin Jesse D 

397 Wright John C 

399 Clopton Edwin L 

400 Hawkins Lizzie Mrs 
402 Rogers L W Co 

Merritts Av Intersects 
404 Suddeth Lovlck P 

408 Sims George H 

409 Carnegie Library, Anne 

Wallace branch 
411 Welch John H 

414 Ozmer Robert E 

415 Wood Sarah Mrs 

418 Potts Edward F 

419 Wallace William H 

422 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

423 Butler James J 
425 Massey Romeo W 



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429 Alexander W Claude 

430 Puckett Oliver H 

432 Moncrief Williams M 

433 Henderson Joseph M 

434 Walraven Sarah E A Mrs 

435 Shearer Joseph M 

Greiham Hegrini* 

438 Gilmer Robert L. 

442 Smith Welmer Z 

445 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

446 Grist David B 

449 Acree John A 

450 Stevens Thomas T 
453 Baxter Fletcher 

455 Latimer Joseph H 

456 Miller Eva V Mrs 

459 Bancroft George R 

460 Pittard Samuel F 
464 Smith William C 
466 Griffin William F 



LUCY, from 470 Decatur n % 
block, thence w to Jackson, 1 
w of Fitzgerald, paved with 
macadam, water throughout 

9 Webb Calvin C 
10 Cline Annie Mrs 

12 Jolley Joseph H 

13 Johnson William F 

14 Sills Robert L. 

15 Mann George T 

16 Phillips Anna Mrs 

17 Patterson John H 
17-A Bailey William H 

18 Hendrix James T 

20 Huckaby Marietta Mrs 

21 Polndexter James L 
25 Hyden J C 

29 Harrell Julia A Mrs 
35 Hyden Benjamin F 
41 Haywood Lizzie (c) 

45 Shide Andrew J 

46 Barrett Conrad L 
51 Smith John (c) 



LUCY, Lakewood Heights 

LUD, from Highland av s 
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LULA AV, from 5 Clifton av e to 
limits, 1 n of McLendon 



LULLWATER 

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PARK, Druid 



LUNDY'S LANE, from Piedmont 
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Baker 



LURY, from Highland av s e 
Lake av, Inman Park 



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LUTHER, Lakewood Heights 



LYLES ALLEY, from Rawson 
w to Orange, 1 n of Hood 



LYNCH, changed to Ella Place 



LYNCH AV, from State W 
Clark, 1 n of Emmett 
Centre Intersects 

2 Lewis Overton C 

3 Boadwater James H 

4 Taffar John L 

5 Norton Marvin S 



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6 Reagin Clarence L 
8 Vacant Oct 24, 1912 
10 Dover William L 
12 Grounds David R 
18 Holbrooks William H 
20 McCoy James 
22 Durham William F 
24 Payne Jasper L 
26 Florrid William A 
28 Wright Seaborn W 
30 Cunningham William H 
32 Harvey Caswell II 
34 Davis Thomas J 




LYNCH'S ALLEY, from Couri- 
land w to Ivy, 1 s of Auburn 
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LYNES AV, from Eden av s to 
Confederate av, 2 w of More- 
land av 



LYNNHURST, residence section 
located between Hemphill av 
and East st and Trabert av 
and Forrest st 



LYON'S ALLEY, from State 
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LYONS AV, from 175 Hilliard e 
to 68 N Jackson, 2 n of Au- 
burn av, sewerage throughout 

1 Sutton Nancy (c) 

2 Roland Herbert (c) 

3 Dandridge Hanna (c) 

5 Moore William (c) 

6 Coles Chester A (c) 

7 Hicks William (c) 

8 Banks Lynton L (c) 

9 Sloan James (c) 

11 Knox Howard (c) 

12 Thomas Albert (c) 

14 Cudger Lula (c) 

15 Smith William (c) 

Golden Av Ends 
Salmons Begins 

16 Devine Oscar (c) 

18 Adams Timothy (c) 
20 Goosby William (c) 

22 Williams Jacob (c) 

23 Williams Maria (c) 
23% King Hilliard (c) 

24 Harris Blanche (c) 

25 Gonigan Henry (c) 
25% Finch John (c) 

26 Gilham Henry (c) 

27 Daniels Lucy (c) 
27 y 2 Ramey Jacob (c) 

28 Porter Sherman (c) 

30 Jackson Robert (c) 

31 Dooley Effie (c) 

31 V» Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

32 Jordan Addie (c) 

33 Johnson Arthur (c) 

33 V. Terrall Minnie (c) 

34 Burden Milton (c) 

35 Williams John (c) 
35% Vacant Sept 7. 1912 

36 Nixon Susie (c) 

37 Howard Anna (c) 
37% Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

38 Church of God Mission (c) 

39 Arnold May (c) 
39% White Maggie (c) 

40 Reid Thomas (c) 

Lfddel Alley Ends 

41 Wrights Silas fc) 



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LYONS AV — Cont'd 
41% Watts Jennie (c) 

42 Richmond Alberd R (e) 

43 Smith Jane (c) 

43% Williams Harvey, (c) 

44 Wilson Lula (c) 

45 Moore Benjamin (c) 
45% Moore Sarah (c) 
40 Shorter Arthur (c) 
47 Westfleld Dora (c) 
47% Thrasher Julia (c) 



MACON ROAD, from 11th to 
14th, 1 w of Peachtree, paved 
with rubble 



MADDOX ALLEY, from Bradley 
e to Cornelia, 1 n of Decatur 



MADDOX DRIVE, from The Pra- 
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1 w of S Forsyth, paved with 
granite block from Alabama 
to Garnett, sewerage and 
water from Alabama to Cas- 
tleberry 
6 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
8 Marett Grocery Co 
28-30 Turner Cornelius G 
32 Davison Paxon Stokes Co 
34 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
341/2 Slaughter John (c) 
36 Cason & Nash 
36% Palace Hotel 
38 Good Roads Machinery Co 
40 Cotton States Prod Co 
40% Glenn Hotel 
42 Griffin James F (c) 
Davis James A (c) 
42% Black James L (c) 
44 Crane E D & Co 
48 Mennias George 
48% Vacant Sept 17. 1912 
50 Breslin & Hagerty 
52 Atlanta Baggage & Cab Co 
54 Rvcroft J A 
56 Terminal Hotel 

Mitchell Intersects 
70 Schlesinger Harry L 
76 Schlesinger-Meyer B 
Nelson Intersects 
82-86 Gholstin-Cunningham 

Spring Bed Co 
88% Amer Roll Covering Co 
Kelly-Jordan Belting Co 
South Atlantic Blow P Co 
106-108 Rosenfeld Co 
114 Piedmont Candy Co 
Peters Intersects 
128 Bostrom-Bradv Mfg Co 
132 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

136 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

137 Moffet James (c) 

139 Harrison Anna fc) 

Garnett Intersects 

140 Rvan John (c) 
141-3 Singer H L Co 
144 Ware Ocelia (c) 



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Middleman Co 
152 Smith Ada (c) 
154 Banks Peter (c) 
155-59 Shewmake & Murphey 
156 Harris Edna (c) 
161-67 Woolley A C & Co 
175 Atlas Oil Co 
177-183 Manufacturers Whae Co 

Brotherton Begins 
180 Postell Janie Mrs 
184 Gamble Walter L 

Packard Begins 
188 Boyles Isaac W 

191 Bailey James M (c) 

192 Taylor Nancy (c) 

195 Hall Alice (c) 

196 Collins Lula (c) 
199 Brown Hattie (c) 
203 Canup Jefferson P 



MAGNOLIA, from 200 Marietta s 
w and w to Ashby, 1 s of Foun- 
dry, paved with granite brock 
from Marietta to Granger, sew- 
erage from Sou Ry to Griiffln 
water from Marietta to Luckie 
and Sou Ry to Granger 
43-45 Arrow Cola Co 
47 Ward James (c) 
47% Andrew Andrus D 
49 Winkley Daniel L 
51 Empire State Roofing- CO 
56 Coca-Cola Co 
60 Kemp Lizzie (c) 
62 Thomas Lela (c) 
64 Williams Cora (c) 
66 Dixon Hannah (c) 
68 Hubbert Love (c) 
70 Ney Isaac W 
76 Cotton Harvey H 
78 Vacant Sept IS, 1912 
80 Busbee Nellie Madam 
84 Johnson Agnes Madam 
Hulsey Intersects 

86 Sullivan Mary fc) 

87 Dupree Savannah .(c) 

88 Morrow Alice fc) 

95 Campbell R O Coal Co 
Sou Ry Intersects 
Elliott Intersects 
105 Hill Hannah (c) 
109 Wilson Christine (c) 
111 Martin James (c) 
112-A Garmon Lucius (c) 
112-B Mathis Mozelar (c) 
113-15 Prater Henry fc) 
114-A Cornell Daniel (c) 
114-B Jackson Minnie fc) 
116-A Smith Lee fc) 
116-B Williams Lizzie (c) 

117 Gleeton Jesse (c) 

118 Taylor Annie (c) 

119 Jones Eugene (c) 
Magnolia Place Begins 

120 Gresham Foster 

121 Brown Edward fc) 

122 Shaver Mahala 

123 Miller Lione (c) 
125 Hall James Rev fc) 
127 Maxwell Alice (c) 

129 Johnson John fc) 

130 Benson Florence (c) 

131 Marshall Emma fc) 

132 Branham Oliver fc) 

133 Carr John fc) 

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63 Johnson Emma (c) 

64 Glover Carrie fc) 

65 iFrielman Mattie fc) 

66 Wilkinson Ollie <c) 

67 Perkins David (c) 

68 Howard Henry (c) 

69 Hubbard Thomas (c) 

70 Mathews Luticia (c) 

71 Crawford Jesse (c) 
73 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
75 Shank Calna C Mrs 

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77 Wofford John fc) 

80 Wood A A & Sons Co 

81 Lane Ketura (c) 

82 Martin Clarence (c) 

84 Wilson Henry (c) 

85 Glascow Mack (c) 

86 Clemons Eunice (c) 

88 Smith Malissie (e) 

89 Williams Emma (c) 

Spink* Alley Begins 
93 Dougherty George A 

95 Flowers Jefferson D 

96 Fowler William A 

97 Stowers Edgar L 

98 Fincher Allison M 

99 Cox Louis (c) 

Davit* Intersects 

220 Johnson Adolphus (c) 

Postell Ends 

221 Ellynn Wesley fc) 
224 Lewis Thomas S (c) 
228 Cook Lewis (c) 

232 Smith Dinah (c) 
236 Stewart Frank (c) 

Electric Av Intersects 
239 Stokes Ida Bell (c) 

242 Branham Oliver (c) 

243 Irving Lacy (c) 

245 Harper Cooley W (c) 

246 Minnifleld Samuel J (c) 
251 Turner Solomon T fc) 
255 Holley Fletcher (c) 
259 Marcus Emma (c) 

261 Jacobs John A (c) 

265 Cofield Oliver fc) 

Maple Intersects 

266 New James W 

268 Thomas Charles fc) 

269 Sloan Maggie (c) 

270 Wheeler Emanuel (c) 

271 Ray John fc) 
272-A Perry Ella fc) 
272-B Avery Joseph fc) 
273 Gomillion James fc) 
274-A Neil Leonard fc) 
274-B Griffin Norwood fc) 
275 Gomillion Clarence fc) 
276-A Battle William fc) 
276-B Matthews Georgia fc) 
277 Strickland Thomas fc) 
279 Knox Ida fc) 

281 Morton June fc) 

282 Thompson Alexander fc) 

283 Harris Samuel 

Walnut Intersects 
285-A Harrell James fc) 
285-B Rogers Charles fc) 
286 Wachman Isadore 
287-A Coleman William fc) 
287-B Killian William fc) 
289-A Hardy Samuel (c) 
289-B Townsley Bartlett (c) 
290 Black Henry (c) 
291 -A Morgan John fc) 
291-B Johnson Minnie fc) 
292 Clark Macon fc) 



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•B Jackson Georgia (c) 
A Benton Henry (c) 

B Gunn Oscar (c) 

Kendrick Charles (c) 
•A Powlledge Simon <e> 
•B Wooden Spencer fc) 
•A Garling Gibson (c) 
■B Thomas Anthony fc) 

Graves Elijah fc) 
Graves Begins 

Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

Kennedy Andrew J fc) 

Ferrell John (c) 

Arnold Henry fc) 

Kalachman Harry 

Vine Intersects 
■A Pearson Adolphus (c) 

Starks Samuel (c) 

Hall Thomas fc) 

Williams Charles <ci 

Bailey Homer (c) 

Cornelius Mattie (c) 

Elder Henry (c) 
■A Turner Mary (c) 

Strother John fc) 

Ellis Gertrude (c) 

Foster Lucy (c) 

Harris Laura (c) 

Thomas Thomas (c) 
•A Weldon Mittie fc) 

Bailey Charles 

Anderson Wesley (c) 
■A Reed Mattie (c) 
■B Bolder Sallie (c) 

Harris Alberta (c) 
■A Williams Lee <c) 
■B Coleman Robert fc) 

Lee James .(c) 

Jackson Frank (c) 
Sunset Av Intersects 

Stevenson William 



MAGNOLIA PLACE, from 119 
Magnolia n to Foundry. 1 w of 
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MAHAR, from 284 W Fair s to 
153 Larkin, 3 w of Chapel 



MAIDEN LANE, from Jeptha W 
to Ashby, 1 s of W Hunter 



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MAIN, from Ponce de Leon av, 
1 block e of railroad, n to 
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MAIN fCook's District), from 27 
Alamo w to Ashby, 1 s of Ma- 
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95 Tomlin Joseph 
97 Barnner William C 
99 Barber Benjamin J 

101 Malone Marv L Mrs 

102 Exposition Cotton Mills 

103 Lawson James 

Brighton Ends 

104 Vacant Sept 10. 1912 

105 Smalley N James 

106 Burkhart David 

107 Middlebrooks James D 

108 Mulkev John 

109 Highwod Lewis 

110 Waallace Marv Mrs 

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MAIN — Cont'd 

12 Garvin Alice Mrs 

13 Whitlow M Coley 

14 Whitehead Edgar 

15 Lawson Charles H 
Raven Av Ends 

10 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

17 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

IS Bradford John T 

19 Low William R 

20 Richard Oscar R 

21 Saunders A Joseph 

22 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

23 Pope John T 

24 Berry Alvin P 

25 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

26 Barber Moses 
28 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
30 Fate J David 
32 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
34 Hendley Georgia A Mrs 
36 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 



MAJESTIC AV, changed to Grif- 
fin, from 395 W Huntehr n to 
Exposition Mills, paved with 
macadam, water from Hunter 
to Foundry and Simpson to 
Bellwood , sewerage Simpson 
to Pelham, duplicate numbers 
appear from W Hunter to 
Simpson, see Griffin 




MALOY AV, from Eden av s to 
Confederate av, 1 w of Under- 
wood av 
10 Britt Dillard M 



MANER'S STORE, on Marietta 
car line, 10 mi north 




JIANEY (formerly Peachtree av. 
Edgewood), from Hardee s to 
Boulevard DeKalb, 1 w of May- 
s.on av 






MANGUM, from 85 Peters n to 
John, 1 w of Elliott, paved 
with granite block from Pe- 
ters to Mitchell, macadam from 
Mitchell to Hunter, sewerage 
from Peters to Jones av, water 
throughout 
10 Mapp Samuel (c) 
14 Wright Gussie (c) 
14-B Bird Lottie (c) 
18 Persaw Jesse (c) 
20 Landrum Mariah 
22 Cowan Emma (c) 
28 McCall Lillie (c) 
31 Hudson Sarah (c) 
33 Jackson Edward (c) 
Nelson Interseets 
59 Ball John W 



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63 Megee Flora E Mrs 

68 Southern Express Co Stbls 

69 White John S 

Chapel Intersects 
71 Landers James A 
74 Montgomery Lawson T 

79 Pruett James A 

80 Johnston John R 

Markhani Intersects 
91 Henderson & Dorsey (c) 
93 Monk Jack 

97 Pope Austin 

98 Lampkin William W 
100 Werner Christian J 

102 Beall Mary E Mrs 

103 Kane Michael J 

104 Galanty E Herman 

Mitchell Intersects 
112 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
114 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

117 Lewis Jesse E 

118 DuBose John (c) 

119 Christian Rufus H 

120 Bridwell Richard 

121 Fain Liday E 

123 Ford Wiley A 

124 Ward Arthur C Rev 
128 Temple Baptist Church 

Hunter Intersects 
Rhodes Intersects 
207 Sims Ella (c) 
209 Rooks Addie (c) 
211 Elder Mollie (c) 
213 McEntire Lizzie (c) 
215 Worthen Nora (c) 
217 Phelps Lucy (c) 
219 Walker Cora (c) 

Magnolia Intersects 
223 Carr John (c) 
225 Williams Jeanette (c) 
229 Vacant Sept 19. 1912 
233-35 Shore Charles (c) 
241 Brown Joseph (c) 
245 Askew John H (c) 

Foundry Intersects 
260 Williams Lionia (c) 
262 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
264 Copeland Essie (c) 

266 Brown Mattie (c) 

267 O'Neal Harrison H 

270 Richardson Janie (c) 

Newton Intersects 

271 Knew Hattie (c) 

274 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
279 Simmons Lula (c) 
290 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
294 Andrews Wesley (c) 

299 Smith Samuel 

300 Nazier Nathan 

Thurmond Interseets 

301 Minsk Lewis 

302 McCarter Howell (c) 

303 Lewis Minnie (c) 

307 Davis William (c) 

308 Norwood Jack (c) 

309 Daniel Mary (c) 

310 Henderson Margaret (c) 

312 Jones Albert (c) 

313 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

316 Gant Clara (c) 

Mayes Intersect* 

317 Cartery Henry (c) 

318 Turner Minnie (c) 
320 Gaines Luther (c) 
323 Crawford Lillian (c) 
326 Thomas Etta (c) 
328 Malkin Josie (c) 

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Goldberg Isaac 
Moore Julia (c) 
Cray .John (c) 
Vacant Sept 1 7. 1!U2 
Emerson Susie (c) 
Young Clara (c) 
Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

Tyler Intersects 
Vacant Sept 25, 1912 
Harris John (c) 
Reeves Preston (c) 
Graves William A (c) 
Davis Christeen (c> 
Williams Joseph (c) 

Simpson IiiIcimtIx 

Pierce Holeman W 
Phillips Presley H 
Carson Benjamin 

.loiios Av Intersects 
Finger Caleb (c) 
Macedonia Baptist Ch (c) 
\Yilliams Charles (c) 

Uusli Intersects 
Jury William (c) 
Brown Sallie (c) 
Grimmett Virginia (c) 
■06 Brogdon Mary (c) 
Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
Hammond Pinkie (c) 
Minter Felix 
Henderson Henry (c) 
Elder Edwin (c) 
Walton Ella <o 

Johnson Intersects 
Gershon Howard 
Hill Richard (c) 
Earl Shiloh (c) 
Daniel Ida (c) 
Kelley Vesti (c) 
Smith Mattie (c) 
Vacant Sept 19, 1912 



MANHATTAN AV, from 51 Hul- 
sey e to Sou Ry tracks, 1 s of 
Magnolia 

1 Pintseh Compressing Co 

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12 Vacant Oct 10, 1912 



MANIGAULT (formerly Clay, E 
A), from Flat Shoals av e to 
Walthall, 1 n of Kirkwood av 

4 Clay Stephen D 

6 Chesser Joseph T 

8 McDaniel Daniel C 
10 McDaniel Annie B Mrs 

14 Cook John g 

15 Gazaway James S 

16 Morgan John W 

17 Mansfield Edward G 

18 Gibbs Dayton (c) 

19 Phillips T Oscar 

A «& \V P Belt Line Intersects 

20 Bvrd William (c) 

21 Helms Charles C 

22 Reynolds Wylie (c) 

23 Mann Samuel C 

24 Simmons Anderson (c) 
27 Grant Philip C 

44 Blankenship Joseph 

45 Cochran Rosser M 

46 Smith Robert 
48 Cagle Joseph A 
50 Johnson William 
52 Fain Julia Mrs 

Esten Intersects 



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Postell William jM 
McGuire Philip .\1 
Hall Major H 
Sharpton Lorenzo 
Adamson Thomas Y 
Patton Erastus 
Bradbury Abraham 
Corley Frank H 
Wilson James R 
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Peacock Samuel E 
Shaw William E 
Brown John T 



MANLY, from Hardee s to Boul- 
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2 Nance William (c) 

6 Ross John (c) 
10 Prichard Hansel (c) 
14 Carswell John (c) 
20 Pitts Clifford (c) 
22 Hampton Paul (c) 
28 Peterson Hattie (c) 



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nolia to Foundry, visiter from 
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dry to Spencer, also Magnolia 
to Rhodes 
3 Smith Thomas (c) 

6 Boss Jacob (c) 

7 Toliver David (c) 
11 Wofford John (c) 

. 12 Gordon Belle (c) 

13 Robinson Lula (c) 

15 Moore Marion (c) 

17 Chester May (c) 

19 Loyd Joseph (c) 

Mitchell Intersects 

33 May Lee (c) 

35 Reed William (c) 

37 Jackson John (c) 

TIP Stephens Charles (c) 

41 Ingram Nathan (c) 
Hunter Intersects 

55 Pitts Eula (c> 

57 Brown Ella <c) 

65 Beckham Green (c) 

67 Carter William (c) 

69 Wright Sarah (c) 

71 Cox Allen (c) 

73 Taylor John (c) 

75 Robinson Zachariah <c) 

77 Fairfax Alexander (c) 

79 Tarrington Benjamin (c) 

81 Allen Edward (c) 

83 Williams George (c) 

87 Blake Paul (c) 

89 Ramsey Mary (c) 
Carter Ends 

91 Spencer Samuel (c) 

98 Vacant Sept 10. 1912 
100 Vacant Sept 10. 1912 
102 Vacant Sept 10. 1912 



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104 Reid Luna (c) 
106 Walker Josie (c) 

Rhodes Intersects 
108-A Barker John (c) 
108-B Ham Ida (c) 
110-A Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
110-B Bird Hugh (c) 
112 Slaton Katie (c) 
116-A Gilliams Nathan (c) 
116-B Thomas Fannie (c) 
117-A Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
117-B Phillips John. H (c) 
118-A Jackson Jessie (c) 
118-B Kitchen Ransom (c) 
128 Campbell John (c) 
130 Browman Sallie (c) 
132 Phillips Nancy (c) 
134 Rhodes Patsy (c) 

Magnolia Intersects 
148 Donald James T (c) 
150 Davis Elder C (c) 
152 Williams Joseph (c) 

154 Clark Annie (c) 

Rigdon Place Ends 

155 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

156 Little Mt Olive Bap Ch (c) 

Foundry Intersects 

173 Moore Margaret (c) 

174 Cooper William H (c) 

179 Briggs Francis (c) 

180 Jenkins Luvinia (c) 

183 Magsby Dolly (c) 

184 Jenkins Benjamin F (c) 

186 Jenkins Cornelia E (c) 

187 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
189 Veal Green E (c) 

Spencer Intersects 

192 Blue Nelson S (c) 

193 Peterson James (c) 

194 Blue Hattie (c) 

199 Woodley Curtis (c) 

200 Jones Martha (c) 

201 Taylor James (c) 

203 Penny Nancy (c) 

204 Vacant Sept 16. 1912 

206 Brown James (c) 
206-B Neal Amelia (c) 

207 Taylor John (c) 

213 Post Joseph (c) 

214 Shelton John (c) 

215 Davis Bessie (c) 

216 Willingham Thomas (c) 
219 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
221 Jackson Edwin (c) 



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MARCUS, from 70 Pearl e to S 
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paved with macadam 
17 Allen Joseph R 
19 Harris Hiram G 
21 Smith Melissie Mrs 
23 Kimbrell Hattie Mrs 
27 Gibbs Minnie L Mrs 
29 Pharr John H 
41 Butler Thomas A 
45 Pruett George W 
47 Jordan William T 
59 Dodson Joseph N 
61 Marks William S 
63 White William A 
65 Rainwater Charles A Rev 



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MARIETTA, from 20 Peachtree 
w to limits, paved with granite 
block from Peachtree to Bell- 
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tree to Thurmond and Latimer 
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6-8 Jacobs Pharmacy 
8 Palmer Frederic B Dr 
9% Freeman & Perkerson 
Atlanta Law School 

10 I X L Clothing Co 
Adler Bros 

11 Chotas Eli 

12 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

13 Cross Julian R 
Nash Alfred (c) 

13 M> Kanaclopulos Victor 

14 Steinheimer Cigar Co 
Samuels Adolph 

15 Kalb Louis C 
White Henry J (c) 

15 Y" Cummings Charles 

15 y, Williams House No 3 

16 Pierce Allen M 

Boys Friend Barber Shop 

16 y 2 Folsom's Hotel 

17 O'Byrne Patrick P 
Dortsamis Anast 

18-20 Folsom's Restaurant Co 
23 Empire Building 

Fulton National Bank 
Lobby W U Tel Co 

Postal Tel Co 
Rooms 
201-2 Am Dist Tel Co 
203-S Turman, Black & Calhoun 
209-10 Atlanta Audit Co 

Reeves Interior Marble Co 

Fleming Frank L 
211 Bottenfield Lyman P 
212-13 DeFoor C Leonard 

Dunwody James M 
214-15 Ramsey, Green & Ander- 
son 
216-17 State Mutual L As Co 
218-24 Riley J L & Co 
301 Murphey Charles E Dr 

Pearce Benjamin E Dr 
303-11 Bradstreet Co, The 
312 Green, Morris & Black 
313-14 Amster Ludwig Dr 

315 McCullough J E & Co 

316 Callaway James P 

317 Davis Frank C Co 
Spool Cotton Co 

318 Christian James I 

319 Fulton Bldg & Imp Co 
320-22 Roebling's J A Sons Co 
323 Eley J N 

325 Gillam Wiley S 
Ridley John F 
Miller Charles E 

326 Reid Archer M 

327 Withers Fdry & Mach Wks 

328 Gann Robt M 
401-2 Smith Shelbv 
403-10 N Y Life Ins Co 
411-12 Elliott-Fisher Co 
413-14 Burdett Realty Co 
415-16 Worley William E 

417 Vacant Oct 7, 1912 



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418 Spalding E Hilliard 
Palmer James D 

419 Mell James R 
Polar Pro-Cooler Co 

420 MacMillan Co, The 
421-24 Thomas & King 

Bonded Adjustment Co 
Westbrook Jerome F 
42". Walker Dolph 
426 Feeney J W & Co 
427-28 Fuller Geo A Co 
f.01-2 DuPree W L & John O 
503-10 Atl Chamber of Com 

511 Greene Realty Co 
Spinks & Butler 

512 Standard Accd Ins Co 

513 Vacant Oct 5. 1912 

514 Hight Emmett 

516 Bancroft Lumber Co 
51 7- IS City Investment Co 
519-24 Life Ins Co of Va 

525 Byrd Flavius G 

526 Bruce Harris J 
Bernard Benjamin F J 

527 Jones & Barge 
601-4 Hilsman J H & Co 

605 Cofield Investment Co 

606 Am Warp Drawing Mch Co 

607 Fulton Realty & Imp Co 
608-10 Manhattan Life Ins Co 
611 Hartford Stm B I & I Co 

Starr John 

614 Royal Lumber Co 
Lewis Cam J 
Boyd Clara J Miss 

615 McNeel Marble Co 
616-18 Mass Mut Life Ins Co 

619 Thornton Albert E 

620 Williams George R 
621-25 Home Life Ins Co 

Washington Robert L 
Henderson Jacob A 
Humphries William A 

626 McDougald Daniel 

627 Newman Henry A 

628 Spalding Hughes 

701 Wilson Bros 

Am Credit Indemnitv Co 

702 O'Donnell James Co 

703 Municipal Eng & Constr Co 

704 Porter J Henry 

705-6 Woodward Lumber Co 
707-14 Rosser & Brandon 

Rosser L Z Jr 

Hopkins Stiles 

Ragan James J 

716 Railey Randolph B 
Myers C B Constr Co 

717 Fincher T M & Co 

718 Sims Claude E Co 

719 Hall John T Jr 
Hall Joseph A 

Cotton States Trading Co 

720 Callaway Foundry Co 
721-25 Block E Bates Dr 
726-28 Sturgeon J P & Co 
soi -4 Conklin Tin P & M Co 
802 Fylton Enterprise Co 

805 Bully Choop Gold Mining Co 

Allen John C 

Harris Arthur S 
S06-7 Callahan Sales Co 
808-10 Taylor Bros Co 
Sll Continental Aid Assn 
SI 2 C & O Ry Co of Tnd 

H V Ry Co 

Blue Ridge Disnatoh 
813 Whitehead & Hoag Co 




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814-16 II & B Am Mach Co 

817 Graves Henry L 

818 Gately Charles L 
S19-20 Seabrook & Howard 
821-25 Colquitt & Conyers 

Rosser Charles B Jr 
826-28 Wachendorff Eugene C 
901 Big Brushy Coal Co 

Howard George P 

Smith David C 
902-4 Cotton Insurance Assn 
905-6 Security Mut Life Ins Co 
907-12 Cotton Insurance Assn 
913-14 Rhett & O'Beirne 

Hoke Charles F Jr 
915-16 Harris J C & Son 

917 Cotton Insurance Assn 

918 Neufville Frank L 
919-23 Hughes, Yates & Hurt T HMTM-irk 

Tabler GT&Co LIMBER 

926-28 Green Fuel Economzr Co** 1 w * * " *** iV 

Custodis Chimney Const Co f^MPAWV 

Hawley Furnace Co l*l/rir/\W I 

1001-2 Hoyt W R & Co 

Everett Willis M 
1003-7 Hopkins Chas T & L C _ M 
1008-11 Buckeye Cotton Oil Co W 

1012 Vacant Oct 4, 1912 »y 

1013 Ryder Robert A Realty Co *-* 

1014 Cole Fred W 
Boynton & Cole Realty Co 
Cole-Mitchell Realty Co 

1015-17 Fuller William A 

Bancker A Hugh 

Jones Hanson W 
1018 Carver Cotton Gin Co 
1019-20 Piatt Iron Works Co 
1021-25 Dickey James L Jr & 
1026-27 Am Blower Co 

Murray C W Co The 
1101-2 Hunter Joel & Co 
1103-28 Royal Insurance Co 

1201 Interstate Land Co 
American Peace Society 

1202 Collins George H 
1203-4 Muldrew John D 

1205 Macknight Fred E 

1206 Smith Frederick V 

1207 Southern Bitulithic 
1208-10 Perry Boyd 

Caledonian Ins Co 

National Surety Co 
1211-12-13 Vacant Oct 8, 
1214-15 Ga Cotton Oil Co 
1216-18 Slicer J Samuel 

Security State Bank 

Colonial Trust Co 

Slicer-Movers C & T W Co 

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-26 Evins. bpence & Moore 

Radensleben Frank E 

Woods J McSwain 

Peck G Starr 
-28 Conn A Fitzpatriek 
-3 Mathews & Hill 

Peacock John W 
■6 Stirling Alexander W Dr 

Zuber John W 
■11 King Mitchell C 

Solomon Bros 

Ga Pine Mfer Co 
■15 Childs LeRoy W Dr 

Gaines Lewis M Dr 

IS Burruss Engineering Co 

Natl Expeller C C Assn 

Collins A M Mfg Co 

26 U S Fidelity & Guar Co 

2S Webster Warren & Co 



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EMPIRE BLDG — Cont'd 
1401-02 U S Weather Bureau 
1403-10 King & Spalding and 

Underwood 
1411-14 U S Weather Bureau 
1415 Louisville Paper Co 

Southland Orchards Co 
1416-17 Willingham-Tift Lbr Co 
1418 Farbwerke-Hoechst Co 

Phillip Hettie K Miss 
1419'United Line The 
1420-22 Richardson Alonzo & Co 
1423 Crosthwait Lillian E Miss 

Flintkote Mfg Co 

McCurdy Charles P 
1424-25 Sprague Electric Works 
1426-28 Sunlight Insurance Co 

24 Third National Bank Bids 
Rooms 

1st floor Pierson Mfg Co 
301-04 Equitable Life As Society 
305 Calhoun Brick Co 

Shelby Printing Co 

Green Lucius C Co 
401-17 Cosmopolitan Life Ins Co 

501 Smith & Etheridge 
504-5-6 McLendon Bros 

502 Fulton Finance Co 

503 Volunteer State Life Ins Co 
507-9 Jones & Chambers 

508 Thomason F Marion 

Jones & Chambers 

Goldberg Myer I 
510-11-12-13 Vacant Oct 7, 1912 

514 Atlantic Terra Cotta Co 

515 Green Albert L 

516 Prison Association of Ga 

517 Wright J L & Co 
601-2 Central Ga Trans Co 
603-4-5 Southland Estates Corp 

606 Ladson Calhoun T 

607 Drake Jesse A 

608 Cabaniss Henry E 
Davenport Joseph P 

609-11 Atlanta Development Co 
612-13 Jones Robert H Jr 

Riley Alonzo C 

Cook Robert M 

614 Hopkins & Hopkins 
McCord John H 

615 Verdery H P 

616 Tribble & Harllee 

617 Arnaud & Donehoo 
701 Vacant Oct 9, 1912 

701-4 Phoenix Mutual Lf Ins Co 

705-6 Ramsaur A E 

707 Victor Safe & Lock Co 

Wilson Alexander E 
708-11 Gober & Jackson 

Hillier Charles 
712 Rogers George F 
713-14 Smith & Martin 
715-16 American Trading Co 

716 Beaullieu & Applewhite 

717 Harper Realty Co 
S01-4 Morris Fertilizer Co 
S06 South River Brick Co 

807 Spratling Fletcher J 

808 Gatins Joseph F Jr 

809 Gate City Home Builders 
810-11 American Sales Book Co 
812-14 Forrester George W 
815-16 Taylor John T 

817 Budd Joe T Jr 

Harmsen Martine L 
Miller J Hall 

901 Georgia Refining Co 

902 National Brokerage Co 



903 
904 

908 
908 

909 
912 
917 
1001 
1002 
1004 
1007 
1008 
1009 
1010 

1101 
1102 
1103 

1104 

1107 
1109 
1110 
1115 
1116 
1117 

1201 
1203 
1204 
1208 
1209 
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1307 

1309 

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1316 
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1404 
1407 
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1603 
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1608 
1609 
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1707 
1708 
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Diebold Safe & Lock Co 
■7-15 Robinson-Humphrey- 

Wardlaw Co 

Cole Oliver C 

Worsham Jno M 

Stewart James T 
-10 Ashley & Co 
■13 Cotton States F Ins Co 

Grim, Edwin S 

Simmons Gordon 
■17 Baptist Home Mis Board 
-5-6 Maddox-Rucker Co 

Johnson Harvey 

Old Dominion Guano Co 

Hill John 
■14 Batchelor & Higdon 

Cheatham Elliot E 

Universal Ice Co 

Georgia & Florida Land Co 

Huffman Hill R Co 

Detroit Graphite Co 
-5-6 Stevens & Ogburn 

Lombard & Co 
■8 Veeder A B Co 

Donnell Murray C 
■14 Atkinson & Born 

Cotton States Fire Ins Co 

Rhodes J Frank & Sons 

Inter-Southern Life Ins Co 

Jones George O 
■02 Pratt Nathaniel P 

Whitestone Marble Co 
■7 Southern Express Co 

Alston R C & P H 

Barnett Edward H 
• 15 Alston R C & P H 

Fowle Daniel G 

Alston W Ott 

Consolidated Eng Co 

Harrisburg Fndry & M Wks 

Murphy Iron Works 

3 N C & St L Ry 

Wilson Thomas M 

6 Cowles John S 

8 Bleckley & MacDonald 

Argo, George R 

King Beverly S 

Smith Lyndon P 

14 Smith Burton 
Crenshaw Robert W 
Egg Preservation Co 
Hersey Mfg Co 

17 Clark-McBride Co 

3 Ft Wayne Electric Wks 

■ 6 Presbvterian Home Mis 
17 McCrary J B Co 

floor General Electric Co 
2 Martin-Ozburn Realty Co 
■6 General Electric Co 
Goldstein Max F 

15 Little & Powell 
Hanson I Newton 
General Electric Co 

■ 2 Moore Victor A 
•4 Eagan John J 

6 Hines & Jordan 

Ponder C B Co 

Greene Joseph D 

Juvenile Protective Assn 

14 Dorsey, Shelton & Dorsey 

Montgomery Charles D 

Gordon George 

Simonton John M 

17 National Crosstie Co 

Pneumatic Rim & Tire Co 

Marietta Continued 
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29 Atlanta Soda Co 
Independent Cigar Co 
Coursey & Munn 

29% Downes William W 
Balagur Israel 
Cooper Oro Z 
El Reno Cigar Co 
Wells Sign Co 
Abananza Studio 

30 Jackson & Wessell 
30% Gialalis Stephen 

31 Akridge Thomas J 
Grogan & Cash 
Lotz & Matthews 

32 Breslin & Hagerty 

34 Maier & Edelmann 

35 Manhattan Cafe 
Demas Peter 

36 Silver Moon Cafe 

37 Atlanta Advertising Service 
Bijou Theatre 

37 Barreg Nicholas 

38 Hunter James P 
Prater William J 

39 Miller's Book Store 

40 Garrow Fred 
Rogers L W Co 

41 Shackelford & Johnson 
Shermer Dayton D 
Leonard John D 

41% Bijou Barber Shop 

42 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

44 Fielder & Allen Co 

45 Braselton Drug Co 

46 United Cigar Stores Co 

Forsyth Intersects 
48 Johnsons Pharmacy 

Smith Frank H 
51 Empire State Roofing Co 
50-2 Blackstock. Hale & 

Cowan 

54 Dunn Machinery Co 

55 City Hall 

56 Brown-Randolph Building 
Rooms 

200-4 Baird William M Dr 

205 United American Film Co 

206 Southern Flour & Grain Co 

207 American National Ins Co 

208 Continental Aid Assn 

211 Dabnev Advertising Agcy 
210-19 Brown & Randolph 

Parker & Scott 
218-20 Wagstaff's The 

220 McConnell & Wise 

221 Vacant Oct 7, 1912 

222 Order of The Golden Seal 
224-5 Everett & Everett 

226 Carpenters Union No 253 
228 Holmes George W Dr 

Gate City Speoialtv Agency 
230 Smith Archie W (c) 

232 Vacant Sept 28, 1912 

233 American National Ins Co 

234 Rockmore Marshall L 
Christenbury Wm S & Co 

239-48 Baird William M Dr 
Marietta Continued 
58 Tool Co Th« 

A E Hill Mfg Co 
60 Toney Lorenzo Z 
62 Sharp & Dohme 
65% American Hat Mfg Co 
64-70 Beck & Gregg Hdw Co 
72 Fulton Electric Co 

Century Electric Co 
74 Southern Ice Co 



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75 Atlanta Northern Ry Co 
Atlanta Gas Light Co 
Ga Ry & Power Co 

76 Woodward-Eubanks Mntl Co 
78 Rhodes BuildlnK 

Lobby Varena Alfred 
Pierson Frank D 

Rooms 

201-4 Rhodes A G & Son 
205-7 Pittman Construction Co 

208 Therrel R S & S C , 

209 Chears W O 

210 Ruud Manufacturing Co I 
211-12 Haggard Specific Co , 

214 Ret Gro & Butchers Assn 

215 Atlanta Typothetae The i 
United Typothetae of Am 

217 Bartlett Al Theatrical Agcy I 

218 Vacant Oct 1. 1912 ! 

219 Vacant Oct 1, 1912 , 

220 Rye-Ola Co i 
Coburn William S 

221 Walker Roofing Co 
301-21 Columbian Woodmen 
314-19 General Film Co • ' 
402-6 Atl Asso of Credit Men i 

404 Atlanta Freight Bureau i 

405 Atlanta Mer & Mfrs Assn 

407 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 

408 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 I 

409 Atlanta Realty Syndicate 

410 Southern Magazine Agcy 
411-12 Clanton & Webb Co 

American Sealing Co 

Interstate Teachers Bureau 
414 Autopress Co 
415-16 Georgia Burial Corp 

U S Health & Life Ins Co 
417-19 U S Hlth & Life Ins Co 
420-21 Bromberg A C 
501-21 Armour Fertilizer Works 
601 Kellogg Toasted Corn Fl Co 
602-3 Western Wheel Scrap Co 

Austin Western Co (Ltd) 
604-5-6 Marietta Fertilizer Co 

607 Atlanta Cement Prod Co 

608 Triumph Ice Machine Co 
Steed-Thompson Eng Co 

609 Consolidated Film & Sup Co 

610 Washburn-Crosby Mill Co 
611-12 Starick-Haas Co 

614-19 Lockwood, Greene & Co 

620 Vacant Sept 30. 1912 

621 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 
Annex A, B, Forster Co The 
Annex E, Fox Walter W 
Annex F. Frisbie, Coon & Co 

Clanton & Webb Co 
Annex G, Eberhart-Conway Co 
Annex H, Con Film & Sup Co 

Martin & Hoyt Co The (In<-1 ' 
77-9 Harden Building J 

80 Goldins Harness Factory 

81 Mutual Film Corporation 
82-84 Hotel Equipment Co ! 
84 Kontz Buildine i 

Kontz E C 

Otis Elevator Co 

Gibbs-Inman Co 

Bean & Magill 
84 Retail Credit Co 
86 Fairbanks-Morse & Co 
81%-83-85-87-87% Vacant 

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89 Baltimore Electrical Sup Co 
92 Austell Alfred 

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MARIETTA — Cont'd 

Cone lU-jiins 

101 Vacant Nov 1, 1912 

104 First Presbyterian Church 

105 Smith House 

111-13 Atlanta Electric Mach Co 
lliy 2 Southern Club 

114 Silvey John & Co 

Spring Intersect* 

115 Southern Drug Co 
Jones W C 

116 Prye S S Millinery Co 
116y 2 Mer Ptg & Label Co 
118-20 The White Co 

121 Cooley George W 

122 Motor Car Service Co The 

123 Neal John 

125 Thomas D Goss 

127 Sevelovitz Charles 

128 Neal W A & Son 

129 Flournoy & Simmons 

130 Vacant Sept 23, 1912 
132 Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

132 y 2 Terre Haute Brewing Co 

133 Glass Stephen C 

135 Carnes & Carnes 

134 Champion Supply Co 
United Duck Co 

Atlanta Tent & Awning Co 

136 Greenfield Building 
136% Atlanta Art Glass Co 

Appeal Publishing Co 

Mitchell Mfg Co 

L & L Mfg Co 

M D & H L Smith Co 

Webb Linotype Co 

Johnson-Dallas Adv Agcy 

137 Gatlin William T 
136-40 Hirsch Jacob 
139 Crook C L (c) 

141 Southern Plumbing Co 

142 Terre Haute Brewing Co 

143 Jenkins Mattie Mrs 

144 Evangelus John 

149 Orpheum Theatre 

150 Campbell Henry G 
152 Schurr Eugene 

154 Echols William R 
156 Gann & Garraux 

Bartow Intersects 

158 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 

159 Johnson Wiiliam P 
161 Minos Tois 

163 Marietta novel 

163-A Vacant b'ept 23, 1912 

165 Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

166 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 
169 Vittur CharLs 

171 Bebenisty Jacob 

172 American Mills Co 

173 Lewis Thomas S (c) 
175 Edgington Kate B Mrs 
176-8 Capital Citv Tobacco C<> 
179 Long George B 

182 Ballard & Balhivi 

184 Morrow Transfer & Sto Co 

186 Coustangy Gustnv 

188 Brady Aaron W 

190 Saliba Tanius S 

191 Roach & Adams 

192 Joselove Isaac 

193 Home FurnUare Co 

194 Andrews D Andrew 

195 Sub-station No 19, U S P O 
Turner Josepn E 

195% American Hat Mfg Co 
Andrews Building 
Robinson Shirt Co 



Howard Printing Co 
American Tape Co 

196 Brown Martha E Mrs 

197 Gatlin William F 

Magnolia Begin** 

200 Lyons Patrick 

201 Angelina Roaa Mrs 
201% Lewis Mollie Mrs 

202 Lyons Patrick 

202% Vacant Sept 20, 1912 

203 Nelson James F 
204-A Vickers Oren J 
204-B Keepsky Benjamin S 

206 Bennett Abraham (c) 

207 McNinch John L 

208 Pfeffer Harry 

209% Bethel Faith Mission No 1 

211 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 

212 Martin A J Hardwire Co 
Brooke T H & Co 

212% Barger George 

213 Jones Addie (c) 

214 Sloan Walter J 
216 Morrill William F 
215-17 Edwards Furniture Co 
225% Abelson Nathan 

218 Barger George 

219 Georgia Tailoring Co 

220 Fleshner Abraham 

221 Notrica Jacob 
221-A Burge James 
221% Sloan Walter 

222 Peacock & Drennan 

223 Jones Benjamin F (c) 

224 Waukaway Shoe Co 
224% Vacant Sept 20, 1912 
225-27 Reader Albert B 
226 Brooklyn Loan Co 

228 Broadwater Andrew J 
Williams L Benjamin 

228% Vacant Sept 20, 19 L2 

229 Mclntyre John N 

231 Sharp James 

231% Awtry Edmond L Dr 

Hawley Edgar L Dr 
231% Picard-Law Co The 

Buckeye Cotton Oil Co 
Walton End* 

232 Butler & Co 

234 Union Rescue Mission 
234% Croker Clifton L 
236 Morris & Shatzen 
238-40 Taylor Alexander S 
Foundry Begins 
Tabernnele Plaee Begins 
241 Abbott Furniture Co 
245 Starnes Oscar H 
246-48 Hatcher C W & Co 
248% Kuhns Julius H 
Kuhns Electric Co 
249 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
249% Elenburg John 

Bethel Faith Mission No 2 
250-52 Garner William J 
251 Jones & Phillips 
253 Honea William R 

255 Phillips Jack L 

256 Boone John W 
258-60 Mendel Hyman 

264-6 Atlanta Wooden Ware Co 
268-70 Frazier J D Co The 
272 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
275 Pettett J N & C G 

Earl Ends 
276-78 General Fire Ex Co 
277 Crow Walter S 
283 Gramling Mary Mrs 



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290 Branan Bros 
291-93 Georgia Metal Roof Co 
Hoffman Roof Cement Co 
American Specialty Mfg Co 
291% Atlanta Plating Works 
292-94 Emmet, Toney & Co 
295 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

295 % Weinberg Louis A 

296 y 2 Thomas Pearl Madam 

297 Travelers Bank & Trust Co 

298 Fain John V 
298-A Pappa Gteorge 

Thurmond Intersects 

299 Hanlon Joseph 
229% Hawk John A (c) 

300 Hanlon Patrick 

301 Sloan John H 

302 Mayo James A 

302% Richardson Howard (c) 

303 Celery Cola Bottling Wks 

304 McHenry Charles (c) 
305-9 National Hide Co 
306-8 Stein Junk Co 
310-16 Holbrook & Smith 

317 Engine Co No 3 

Latimer Ends 

318 Molbo Major S 
318-A Allen John (c) 
320 Hanlon Thomas 
322 Hardeman Delia (c) 
324-26 Petropol Charles 
328 Ipstein Joseph 

330 Magby George W (c) 
332 White Ida (c) 
334 Smith Minor J (c) 
336 Brown Willis (c) 
336% Williams Lucy (c) 
338 Clark Mollie (c) 
338% Tye Jennie (c) 
340 Crenshaw John (c) 
345-49 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

354 McDonald Omie Mrs 

355 Technological High School 

356 Johnson Robert W 
358 Walker Coal Co 

364-76 Dixie Vinegar Works 
371 Benton E Jane Mrs ■ 
378 Consolidated Paper Co 
378-A Ping Sam 
380-82 Rogers L W Co 

Simpson Intersects 
383 Fowler Joseph G 

383 y 2 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

384 Daniel J A & Co 
386-88 Strickland Marcus C 
387 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

389 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

390 Nickajack Millg & Grn Co 

391 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
394-96 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
397-9 American Can Co 

410 American Can Co 

Jones Av Begins 
413 Chappelear Eula Mrs 
415 T & C Furniture Co 
418-20 Harrison Reuben L 
419 Milton John W 

421 Woodruff & Beacham 

422 Vaughn James M 

423 Jacobs' Pharmacy 
Biggers S T 

423% Nunnally & McCrea 
Alexander Ends 

424 Pierce & Collins 
426 Truitt S M & Son 

Mackle-Crawford Cons Co 
Piedmont Coal Co 
426 Manen Samuel 



Croom James T 
428 Cann Charles P 

430 Hanlon Patrick 

430% Piedmont Lodge I O O F 
Delphi Lodge K of P 

431 Hood Reuben C 
423-34 Cooledge F J & Sons 
435 Grubbs George W 
440-46 King Hardware Co 
440% Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
441 World Manufacturing Co 
443 Baker Miller S 

444-46 Garner Charles R 
445 Eichberg Heating Co 
445% Johnson Donald K 
447 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

Mills Ends 
451 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
472-78 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
475 Enterprise Coal & Marble Co 
477 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

Johns Begins 
490-98 Fain W L & W M 
493 Hudson James A 
495 Farlow M L & Bro 
495% Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
500 Cooper Belle Mrs 
503-5 Trammell William O 
504 Powell & Baldwin 

Hunnicutt Ends 
505% Puckett Oliver H 

506 Lichtenstein Max 

507 Hufstetter & Watts 

509 Cherry Jesse M 
Cherry Transfer Co 

510 Greiniman Ray Miss 
510-A Roy Loo 

512 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

514 Daniel John A 

515 Dean's Foundry 

516 Bredosky Israel 

518 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
520-22 Jones Asa V 

521 Jones Asa V 

522 Ramey Margaret Mrs 
524 Atlanta Mercantile Co 
526 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

528 Lawrence John (c) 

529 Allen Mollie Mrs 

530 Southern Ice Co 
533 Garner William P 
537 Veal Orville P 
539 Burke William O 

Pine Ends 
542 Panagw Emanuel 
542% Vacant Sept 16. 1912 
544% Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

545 Karwisch Bernard 

546 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
546% Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

547 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

548 Billups Humphrey (c) 

549 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

550 Thompson Alexander A (c) 
552 Lum Hing 

552-A Tanner Roxie (c) 
554 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
554% Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
556 Smith Anna L Mrs 
558-62 Searchlight Gas Co 
Harwell Place Bearins 
561 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
564 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
564% Vacant Sept 16. 1912 
567 McClannahan & Co 
569 Dodson William M 

571 Sowers Winfield S 

572 Clark Isaac C 



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MARIETTA — Cont'd 

573 Wallace William C 

574 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

575 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
577 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
577 M: Ragsdale Jennie Mrs 

580 Stephens Lizzie (c) 

581 Sanders Almeda Mrs 

583 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

584 Harper Glenn (c) 

585 Vacant Sept 16. 1912 

586 Robison Alfred (c) 

587 Harris Julius L 

Corput Begins 

588 Fuller Phillip L 
5&2 Panell Amanda Mrs 

594 Stone Harry 

596 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

597 Moye Lucius G 
597-A Whitley Ezekiel I' 

595 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

599 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
599-A Smith Charles W 

600 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

601 Robison Mary Mrs 
601-A Reed Ella Mrs 

602-6 Galion Iron Works Co 
605 James Alfred 
612 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
614 Sims Ada (c) 

616 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

617 Aycock Bros 

620 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
626 Koplin Kolman 
636 Trotzier Louis T 

North Av Intersects 
641 Turner James T 
647-81 Randall Bros 
676 Armstrong R S & Bro 

Means Begins 
683 Haslett William B 
693-5 Armstrong Bros 
697 Wallace William M 
700 Morgan Jefferson (c) 
700 % Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

702 Bannister Wm S 

Walhiee Begins 

703 Murner Harrison P 

704 Everett James H 

705 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

706 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

708 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
708-B Arlington Art Glass Co 

709 Martin Thomas R 

710 Pinion Sanford V 

711 Wood William D 

712 Mehring M M Mrs 
714 Boatner Lewis A 
716 Austin Thomas A 
719 Bryant Amy A Mrs 

721 Acree James O 

722 Wallace Elizabeth Mrs 

723 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

724 Bryant John W 



725 Cofer Matthew L 
727 Jones William E 

Guyton Begins 

734 Simmerman William 
738 Fundaburk William 

741 Helmcamp Thomas J 

742 Bancroft George 

744 Brooks Jefferson D 

745 Crescent Soda Co, The 

Ponders Av Intersects 

747 Morris George B 

748 Powell George B 

750 Pope William Q 

751 Poss William F 

752 Mclntyre John N 

753 Douglas Catherine Mrs 

754 Silver Louis 

755 Cawhern William Dr 

756 Greenberg Meyer 

758 Poss William F 

759 Red Cross Pressing Club 

760 Brown William T 

762 McArthur Sisters 

763 Vaughn James T 

764 Smith Dilmus 

767 Horton William C 

768 Haney John R 

770 Home Restaurant 
770% Calhoun Lula Mrs 

771 Wheeler Charles 

772 Long Sing 

773 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

774 Wimberly William F 

775 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

776 Tesler Morris 

777 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

778 Daniel, Norman & Daniel 
778% Corbett Thomas C 

780 Irby Millinery Co 
782-84 Davis Horace B 
782% Davis Lula C Mrs * 

783 Jackson James 

Fort Hoorl Place Begins 
786 Roseberry James R 

Bellwood Av Begins 
790 Red Cross Pharmacy 
790% Chandler Walter B 

Rice William H Dr 
792 Grizzard James O 

794 McClendon Moses G 
Atlanta Journal, Sub Sta 

795 Green John N 

796 Didschuneit Frederick C 
Parker Henry 

797 Fisher Ira W 

798 Morris John G 

799 Joiner H Wynn Rev 
S00 Dunbar Stephen R 

801 St James ME Church 

802 Corley John A 

804 Wallace Tempie J Mrs 
805% Davis Luther 

806 U S P O (Woodward Sta) 

807 Hooten William H 

808 Greene Drug Co 
808% I O O F Hall No 14 

Boss Begins 

809 Shirley John C 

810 Wilks William A H 

811 Arnold William O 

812 Taylor John 

813 Marietta St Cong Church 

McMillan Begins 

814 Jenkins Annie Mrs 
816-A Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
816-B Foster John W Rev 
818 Goodwin Reuben M 

823 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 



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826 Young Reuben R 
828 Oliver Harvey W 
830 Smith Jordan 
832 Pinion Lewis H 

834 Fortner Christopher C 
836 Fortner Christopher C 
842 Hearn Lucius J 

Mlddlebrookn Be^lnn 
844-80 National Furniture Co 

Marietta Place Beglnx 
847 Murphy George M 
Curran Beglntt 
857 Hicks Henry B 
861 Gunter Edward A 
863 Stephens Malachi 
869 Winn William H 
869% Parks Watson \Y 
873-S5 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

886 Atl Wd & Iron Nov Works 
Carter Sidney A 

887 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
889 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
891 Beavers William T 
893 Day Kizzie L Mrs 
896 Barnett Lucas 

899 Stokes Joseph D 

900 Beavers Eugene 

901 Winn John W 
904 Kirk James H 

905% Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

907 Sugarman Julius 

Hampton Benin* 

908 Starnes T Frank 

912 Hames James W 

913 Howard James A 

915 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

916 Hampton Sarah C Mrs 

Boring Begin* 

917 Hall Homer E 

920-30 Williams G O Lrabr Co 

921 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 ' 

921% Bannister Albert R 

933 Bosworth Frank T 

935 Loftis James A 

937 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

Fielder Besins 
945 Chafin & Armistead 

Brown & Chafin 
947 Maxwell Benjamin 
94S Edwards Frances Mrs 
955 Martin James F 
959 Vacant Sept 10. 1912 
961 Vacant Sept 10. 1912 
968 Shippey Bros & White 
975 Brown Lizzie (c) 

977 Brown Lizzie (c) 

978 Askew & Mixon 
Elder & Rice 

980 Taylor & Hall 
991 Independent Transfer Co 
993 Wall LaFayette 
1010 Provident Trust & Sec Co 
1050 Wright Jesse C Dr 
Brady Begins 
Exposition I'.nds 
1054 Allen James .1 

1059 Dobson Phillip 
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1060 Berry Mary C Mrs 

Alamo Av Ends 
1068 Ashlev John T 
1077 Exposition Mill School 
1079 Vacant Sept 11. 1912 

1083 Boggs Mary Mrs 

1084 Exposition Mill Store 
1087 Medlock Ella Mrs 
1090 Towns John W 



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1091 Ashley Charles 

1093 Dennis George W 

1094 Garrett Fannie Mrs 

1097 Hull Martin S 

1098 Branon Richard 
1102 Burdette William 
1106 Cole Robert C 

1110 Proctor Elizabeth Mrs 

1115 Forester William H 

1116 Rollins Charles B 

Aahby IntemectN 
1200 Atlanta Agricultural Work 
1240 Hudson William M 
1245 Magbee Laban S 
1250 Parhan James 
1253 Jones Benjamin (c) 

1255 Evans Fred (c) 

Tremont Beginn 

1256 Oglesby W B 

1264 Jackson Earl L (c) 
1268 McEwen Henry L 
1268-A Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
1270 Mullins Robert A 
1272 Price James E 
1274 Chappell Alfred P 
1274-A Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
1276 Martin Charles C 
1278 Ryan James V 
1280 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
1280-A Coleman John H 
1280-B Smith James W 

Longley Av Begin** 

1286 Burnett Edward W 
1288 Dean David C 

1290 Seagraves James A 
1290- A Green Nancy C Mrs 

1291 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

1292 Pylant Samuel R 
1292-A Carroll Vanie N 

1293 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

1294 Dewberry James O 

1295 Smith James L 

I il.l.n Av Begin* 

1296 Pope C Forrest 

1297 Eckels John W 

1298 Wheden James J 

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13 02 Leffew James E 
1308 Pope Jessie C Miss 
1310 Wardlaw Beverly L 
1420 Keenan William C 
1422 Mann John A 
1426 Pittman Dorsey C 






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14 Postell John S 

15 Abbott Mary E Miss 

17 Crider John C 

18 Forsyth Maggie G Mrs 

21 Griffin Robert L 

22 Roumillat John J 

27 Franklin Durward B 

28 Carver John L 

31 Jones Alfred (c) 

32 Hanby Ada Mrs 

38 King William W 

39 Chastin Joseph F 
41 Callaghan John J 
47 Knight Emma C 

Manguin Intersects 
68 Bateman Lucius (c) 
70 Davis James (c) 
72 Hill Lizzie (c) 
74 Howard Minnie 
78 Markham Hotel (c) 
80 Long Frank (c) 
82 Hunter Edward (c) 
84 Powers Pearl (c) 
86 Moten Julia (c) 
88 McHaney Mattie (c) 
90 Roland Delia (c) 

Haj ni's Intersects 
95 Freeman George W (c) 

97 Tolbert Charles (c) 

98 Lovelace Virgil (c) 

99 Halsey Sallie (c) 
01 Greset George (c) 

04 Smith Alice (c) 

05 Davis Milton to 

06 Taylor Carrie (c) 

07 Carr Joseph (c) 

08 Jackson Robert (c) 
10 Paige Ada (c) 



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12 Wilson Maude (c) 

13 Mcintosh Mary (c) 

14 Harper Ellen (c) 

15 Mt "Vernon Baptist Church 

16 Stokes Iveson (c) 

17 Russell Thomas (c) 

19 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

20 Young Hattie (c) 

21 Boss Abraham 

22 Bowens Edward (c) 

Davis Intersects 

23 Thomas Leila (c) 

24 Wilkins James (c) 

25 Clay Annie M (c) 

26 Snead Mary (c) 
26-B Snead Annie (c) 

27 Colver Pinkie (c) 
27-A King Love D (c) 

28 Jones Eva (c) 
28-B Reeves Allen (c) 

30 Johnson Sallie (c) 
30-A Miles Louise (c) 

31 Harrison James (c) 
31-A Jackson William (c) 
31-B Miller Clovis (c) 

33 Tucker Lee (c) 

34 Beavers Mary (c) 

35 Gibble Jbhn (c) 

36 Wallace Whit (c) 

37 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

39 Whitman Charles (c) 

40 Scandrick Mary (c) 

41 Wyatt Julia (c) 

44 Finley William R (c) 

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145 White Addie (c) 

146 Reed Wilson (c) 

147 Rebuilding Sept 11, 1912 

148 Wilson James (c) 

149 Brown Minnie (c) 

150 Tumlin Ella (c) 

151 Dunningham Mark (c) 
153-A Owens Jefferson (c) 
153-B Chapel Ida (c) 

155 Carr Thomas (c) 
Dover Ends 

158 Favors Mary (c) 

159 Robinson Daily (c) 

161 Beeman Rachel (c) 

162 Echols Mary (c) 

163 Kellar Frank M (c) 

165 Martin Eli (c) 

166 Storks Carrie (c) 

167 Moncrese Eliza (c) 
167y 2 Pride Sallie (c) 

168 Brown Mattie (c) 

169 Pitts Howard W 

Maple Begins 

170 Holden Caesar (c) 

180 Chappell William M (c) 

181 Boss Jacob 

Tattnall Intersects 

182 Barnett Emma (c) 
184 Mack Loyd B (c) 
186 Russell James (c) 
188 Stroud James (c) 

190 Lemon Andrew (c) 

191 Wilson Lucinda (c) 

192 Jones Morris 

194 Miller Ransom (c) 

196 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

197 Thomas George (c) 

198 Lynch Maria (c) 

199 Ball Anthony (c) 

200 Mays Claude G (c) 

201 Jones Susie (c) 

202 Bolton Mack (c) 

203 Grant Edward F (c) 

204 Bryant Roxie (c) 



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MARTIN, from Georgia R R s to 
Milton av, 2 e of Fraser, pav- 
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15 Heath Minnie (c) 

17 Dove Bessie (c) 

18 Beckham George 

13 Holland Andrew (c) 

20 Wilkinson Ada (c) 

21 Johnson Berry (c) 
23 Andrews Mary (c) 
25 Davis Oscar 

Hunter Intersect^ 
37 Freeman Charles M 

42 Shainfeld Israel 

43 Latimer Mae Mrs 

44 Shanker Charles 

Fair Intersects 
59-59 Sou Wire & Iron Works 

62 Wender Samuel B 

63 Meltzer George 

64 Hutchins George D 

67 Moret Jacob 

68 Pairsman Charles 

71 Shurnam Louis 

72 Melchair Louis 
75 Mend Michael 



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Tillander Oscar W 


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Hillmons Georgia (c) 


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82 Me Wittles Morris 


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Reagin John H 




Woodward At Intersects 


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87 


Auerbach Jacob 


191 


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Lieberson Max 


192 


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Solomon Hyman 


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Penny Mary Miss 


194 


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Levey David 


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West William W 


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Taffee Frank 


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Avery Katie (c) 


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Bromberg Aaron 


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Daniel James H 


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Mitchell .Lewis 


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Johnston Thomas B 


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Johnston Thomas B 






Logan Begins 


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Thurman Robert (c) 


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215 


117 


Dash Jacob 


217 


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V-2 Rachman Philip 


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Towers Robert W (c) 


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Pollock Barnett 






RaTvson Begins 


225 


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Whiteman Israel 


225 


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Flanagan Fields P (c) 


229 


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Fischer Belle L (c) 


229 


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Hartley James J Dr (c) 


230 


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Scandrett Milton D (c) 


231 


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Frastig Max 


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Hodges William H (c) 


232 


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Lewis Julia (c) 


234 


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Hirsowitz Benjamin 


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Reed Rebecca (c) 




142 


Pierce Arthur J (c) 


246 


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Kellar Alice (c) 


248 


144 


Denison Napoleon (c) 


250 


145 


McKinney James T (c) 


252 


146 


Randell Edwin (c) 


253 


148 


Callaway Earl (c) 


254 


149 


Willis William W (c) 




151 


Reese Cynthia (c) 


255 


153 


Thomas Scipio (c) 


256 


155 


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257 


157 


Stroud Elnora (c) 


259 




Clarke Intersects 


261 




Brandon Begins 


262 


158 


Maddox Vander D (c) 


263 


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264 


163 


Johnson James W (c) 


265 


164 


Jones John (c) 


266 


166 


Kemp Lula (c) 


269 


167 


Russell Alice M (c.) 


270 


168 


Hinton Mary (c) 


271 


170 


Johnson Andrew (c) 


272 


171 


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171 y 2 Shorter Isaiah (c) 


276 




Solomon Ends 


278 


172 


White Charles (c) 


279 


173 


■A Baker Carrie (c) 


280 


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Mays William (c) 


283 


175 


Jones Lula (c) 


284 


175 


Jones Annie (c) 


285 


178 


Zuckerman Abraham 


285 




Glennvrood Av Begins 


286 




Church of God (c) 


289 


179 


Davis Howard (c) 


289 


180 


McNeil Reuben (c) 


291 


181 


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291 


182 


Martin William (c) 


295 


183 


Ragsdale Samuel (c) 


296 


184 


Rollin Joel (c) 




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Brown -James (c) 
-A Clemones Henry (c) 

Maddox Paul L (c) 
Kultou Intersects 

Ogletree Lonnie (c) 

Gleton West (c) 

Redwine William H (c) 

Trice Peter (c) 

Cummings Anderson B (c) 

Johnson Andrew (c) 

Rosenbaum Samuel Z 

Salem Baptist Church (c) 

Cox John (c) 

Butler Self (c) 

Summer Hill School (c) 

Butler Self (c) 

Williams James H (c) 

Pettis Eva (c) 
Hammock Place Ends 

Bowden Clifford (c) 

Dean Oscar (c) 

Taylor Susie (c) 

Johnson Matilda (c) 

Bridges Samuel (c) 

Mitchell Hattie (c) 
Bichardson Intersects 
-A Woods James (c) 
-B Hollaway Florence (c) 
-A Henderson Fannie (c) 
-B Johnson Emmett (c) 

Doke Isaiah H (c) 
-A Smith Samuel (c) 
-B Powell James (c) 

Elligan Richard (c) 

Gantt Wayman (c) 

Johnson William (c) 
Richmond Intersects 

Kelsey Mary (c) 

Howard William (c) 

Starnes Frank (c) 

Lyons Mary (c) 

Dixon Benjamin (c) 

Butts Andrew W (c) 
Crumley Intersects 

Howard Charles (c) 

Schlum Morris 

Morton Georgia (c) 

Anthony Earl (c) 

Vacant Sept 4 1912 

Howard Thomas (c) 

King John C (c) 

Dumas Eugene (c) 

Lee Hiram (c) 

Hood Charles (c) 

Vacant Sept 4, 1912 

Holden Riley (c) 

Crew Walter (c) 
-A Hogan Henry (c) 

Fambro Wiley (c) 

Thomas William (c) 

Moreland William (c) 

Leslie William A (c) 

Gaynor Henry (c) 

Mabry Mitchell (c) 

White William J (c) 

Smith Thomas (c) 

Darden George (c) 
-A Norman Roy (c) 

Davis Jefferson (c) 

Phinizee William B (c) 
-A Ward William (c) 

Kindor Mitchell (c) 
-A Hunter William (c) 

Lee Golden (c) 
-A Jones Elijah (c) 
Glenn Intersects 

Rush John Rev A (c) 



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Georgia Av Intersects 

333 Clark John (c) 

335 Willis Luther (c) 

336 Cuegil Eugene (c) 

338 James John W (c) 

339 Lyons Elijah (c) 

340 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

342 Parks John (c) 

343 Harbin John (c) 
346 Carr Cora (c) 

Lamar Begins 

349 O'Neal Reston Rev (c) 

350 Quiggs Jerry H (c) 

351 Mitchell Mary (c) 

353 Dobbs Peter (c) 

354 Sims Jennie (c) 

Bass Intersects 
359 Earl Eliza (c) 
361 Hembree Queen (c) 
363 Thomas Alexander (c) 
365 Norwood Robert (c) 
367 Ferguson Lizzie (c) 

Kennett Begins 
370 Henderson Charles (c) 
371- Youngblood Henry (c) 
372 Wiggins Grant (c) 

376 Williams Malissa (c) 

377 Armour Elbert (c) 

378 Smith Lucy (c) 
381 Wilson George (c) 
382-A Stone John (c) 
382-B Luckie Carey (c) 
383-A Rodgers Nancy (c) 
383-B Pitts Luther (c) 

Love Intersects 
385 Williams Linton T (c) 
387 Quarterman Adolph (c) 

394 Robinson Henry (c) 

395 Siloam Baptist Church (c) 

396 Wimbish John W (c) 

397 Sea Mittie (c) 

398 Sney Thomas (c) 

399 Jenkins Charles (c) 

400 Jackson William (c) 

401 Wilson Emanuel (c) 
403 Cherry Charles (c) 
405 Moore Wade (c) 

407 Middlebrooks Andrew (c) 

409 Sparks Frank (c) 

411 Stephens Dorsey S (c) 

416 Freeman Catherine (c) 

418 Dawson Lula (c) 

420 Willoughby Alfred (c) 

Little Intersects 
427 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

429 Brown Ernest (c) 

430 Screven Edward D (c) 

431 Jones Emma (c) 

432 Miller Celia (c) 

433 Sparks Milner L Rev (c) 

434 Arnold James W (c) 

435 Welch John (c) 

436 McCoy Walter (c) 

South Av Begins 

437 Mitchell William (c) 

438 Haynes Theodore (c) 

439 Threet Benjamin (c) 

440 Colbert William (c) 

441 Davis Edward (c) 

442 Glenn Burn (c) 

443 Alexander Burrell (c) 

444 Hill Ellen (c) 
545 Park Charles F 
450 Davis Arthur (c) 

Ormond Intersects 
Vnnira Intersects 
552 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 



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A Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
B Grant William (c) 
Vacant Sept 6, 1912. 
Johnson William (c) 
Appling William H 
Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
Love Intersects 
Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
Pinnell Mary Mrs 
Black Herbert 
Farrlngton Av Begins 
Maddox Thomas (c) 
McKeener William (c) 
Frambo Alonzo (c) 

Haygood Av Ends 
Hall John (c) 
Griffith Charles (c) 
Head John (c) 
Reed LaFayette (c) 
Thomas Richard (c) 



MARTIN, near Exposition Cotton 
mills, changed to Thrower 



MARTIN, from Jonesboro w, 3 s 
of Southern Ry 



MARTIN AV, Lakewood Heights 



MARTIN'S ALLEY, from 188 But- 
ler w half block, between Au- 
burn av and Houston 



MARY, from Windsor w to Stew- 
art av, 1 s of Gardner 
120 Vacant Oct 21, 1912 
122 Austin William (c) 



MASON'S ALLEY, from Gilmer 
n half block, between Pied- 
mont av and Butler 



MATHEWS, from 320 Lee w to 
284 Peeples, 3 s of Gordon, W 
End 



MATHEWS ALLEY, from 66 
Mathews s to 68 Oglethorpe av 



MATHEWS AV, (Kirkwood Ga) 



MATILDA PLACE, on River car 
line 



MATTIE, from Estoria one-half 
block. 1 street n of Gaskill, 
also known as Mollie) 



MAUD, address mail "Atlanta R 
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MAUDE (Edgewood), from La 
France s to Hardee, 4 e of 
Moreland av 
17 Withers Edmond L 
19 Cagle James R 



MAULDIN, between Willow and 
Stovall 
4 Pearson St Marion P 
6 Adams Jasper W 
8 Martin Frank W 



MAURY AV, Lakewood Heights 



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MAY AV, from Flat Shoals rd e 
to city limits, 1 s of East Lake 

1 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

4 Haynes George W 
12 Miller William T 
12 Stallings Norman R 
15 Martin Joseph A 
18 Stallings Whitmore 



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MAYES, from 240 Elliott w to 
329 Haynes, 1 n of Thurmond, 
paved with rubble throughout, 
sewerage from Sou Ry to 
Haynes, water from Elliott to 
Haynes 
5 Maddox Joseph E 

20 Ogletree Julia (c) 

21 Moffett Joseph (c) 

22 James William (c) 

23 McKinnedy Roxie (c) 

27 Hatten Ida (c) 

28 Phillips Mary (c) 

29 Oliver Julia (c) 

30 Hatchet Charles (c) 

31 Lattimer Willie (c) 

33 Vacant Oct 7, 1912 

34 Thrasher Lewis (c) 

35 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

37 Calhoun Maude (c) 

38 Parker Charles (c) 

Mangmn Intersects 
53 Halsey George (c) 
55 Dawkins Claude (c) 

57 Moore Alberta (c) 

58 McHenry Fannie (c) 

59 Patterson Bertha (c) 

60 Alexander Alex (c) 
62 Reed John F (c) 
64 Ellis Tardy (c) 

66 Linden Callie (c) 

67 Jones Charles (c) 

69 Bailey Fred (c) 

70 Jackson James (c) 
72 Block Edwin (c) 

76 Williams William (c) 



MAYLAND AV, from 
1 e of Allen av 



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MAYSON AV, (Edgewood), from 
DeKalb av n to Euclid av and 
s to Boulevard, DeKalb, 5 e of 
Kalb av to McLendon, paved 
with granite block DeKalb to 
Edgewood aV. sewerage De- 
Kalb to Euclid av 

Golne North 

2 Withers Edmond L 

3 Suber Robert J 
5 Suber Robert J 

14 Lupton Edward F 

20 Webb William A 

21 Reidenbach Georgia 

24 Dennis Walter K 

25 Nash Eugene 

26 Basmajian Krekor 

27 Rivers Lovick W 

28 Hull Fannie Mrs 

Iverson Intersects 
36 Mozley Robert E 
43 Bingham Robert J 
45 Cadel William E 
63 Smith Henry M Dr 
66 Edgewood Baptist Church 
70 Jones Icie L Mrs 



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72 Nash Henry O 

73 Longino Henry B 

75 Smith Linton Dr 
McLendon Av Intersects 

76 Hartwell Charles W 
78 Harden John R 

117 Lattimore James (c) 
125 Gibbs Corril 

Going South 
2*£ Edgewood Court House 
2\it Cubanita Cigar Co 
4 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
8 Edgewood Trading Co 
10 Oliver Harry (O 
33 Vacant August 28, 

35 Maguire George T 

36 Smith Orville A 

37 Garrison James A 

39 Adams Daniel W 
Boyles Susan F Mrs 

40 Le Moine Eugene 

41 Clardy John B 

42 Cassady James E 

42 Harris Joseph C 

43 Trimble Bishop M . 

45 Pritchard Charlas H 

46 Braswell Warner 
48 Schill William F 
50 Walace Walton W 

Hardee Intersects 
52 Evans Augustus G 
70 Smith Edward W 

72 Johnson William J 

73 Reynolds John W 

74 Foote James J 
76 Owens William T 
81 Trimble Thomas M 
94 Foote James G 
98 Bailey Jesse (c) 

100 Garlington John (c) 

102 Williams Alonzo (c) 

103 Kennedy Adolphus 

104 Darden Otis (c) 

105 Reese Irving (c) 

106 Henderson John (c) 
115 Buchanan William T 
134 Holt Robert J 
140 Hope Sidney E 
142 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
144 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
146 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

Foote Begins 
160 Edmondson H L Rev 
220 Newman Emma (c) 

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472 W Hunter n w to Bellwood 
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7 Byfield Benjamin F 
11 Donehoo James W 

15 Marcum John W 

16 Cook D Otis 

Harwell Begins 

19 Hamby Henry H 

20 Bryan Robert R 
30 Levin Harris 

32 Fair Leonard A 

37 Vacant Oct S. 1912 

38 Kirkman George 

41 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
45 Roberts John L 
49 Bullard William 
53 Osborne William A 
58 Hughes James E 
Lena Begins 

67 West Side M E Church 

68 Allgood Robert W 



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MAYSON & TURNER AV— Cont'd 

75 Koch Lewis 

94 Wagner J Carson 

120 Wilson Claude 

135 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

143 Watts James J 

171 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

175 Cunning-ham Charles S 

177 Robertson James B (c) 

190 McClain EliSha A 

197 Conwell Mark (c) 

200 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

201 Thomas Georgia Mrs 
203 Bullard Margaret C Mrs 
206 Grimmett Joshua (c) 
255 Davis Van V 

257 Elliott Edward R 

305 Rucker Eugene (c) 

327 Hill Elijah (c) 

331 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 



MAYSON & TURNER FERRY 
ROAD, continuation of Bell- 
wood av, macadam W Hunter 
to Ashby 



McAFEE, from 151 Simpson n to 
158 W North av at Georgia 
School of Technology, sewer- 
age and water from Simpson 
to Merritts av, paved with 
granite block from Pine to Or- 
chard 

1 Johnson Stella Mrs 

3 Carlson Claus 

7 Smith William R 

8 Hamby Marshall N 

9 Smith Napoleon B 
10 Miles Robert L 

12 Gable Addie Mrs 

14 Lackey Mary A Mrs 

15 Bedford John H 

17 Gleaves Jesse H 

18 Styron Irvin F 

21 Bernhardt Max F 

22 Scherer Frederick 

23 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

25 Thatch John 

26 Rhodes Arthur L 

Alexander Intersects 

61 Kendrick Mary T Mrs 

Mills Intersects 

62 White Mary J Mrs 

63 Towers Horace J 
66 Cason Wade H 

69 Brown William M 

71 Thurmond George A 

72 Speer Roger L Jr 

75 Self William D 

76 Holley Calvin V 

78 Miller Janie Mrs 

79 Yeakey Amelia L Mrs 

82 Barrett Fermer 

83 Vacant Sept 16 1912 

84 Stanley Robert T 

1 1 ii miinil I Intersects 
88 Barrett Josephine Mrs 

90 Doyal Samuel H 

91 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

94 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

95 Stradley Walter G 

96 McKinney Joseph M 
99 Bowen Charles J 

100 Brown Thomas W 

103 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

104 Martin Thomas P 

105 Norris A Paul 
108 Cramer Jackson 



110 Caraway Love A 
112 Latimer William A 
114 Proctor James E 

Pine Intersects 

116 Hall Amanda Mrs 

117 Morgan Harry 

121 Stanford Martha E Mrs 

122 Lampkin Charles 

124 Reeves Ernest B 

125 Arrowood David P 

126 Crowley John W 
129 Smith Durand H 
133 Sowell William E 

135 Smith William H 

136 Arnold John L 

137 Miller Homer 

138 Goodlett Earl G 

140 Johnson Karl W 

141 Johnson Robert A 

Meritts Av Intersects 
146 Harwell Coleman A 
148 Wise Charles H 
152 Entrican Virgil H 
154 Sawyer Oscar I 
156 Dillard Belton 

160 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

161 Quinn Albert H 

162 West Frederick S 

163 Turner George W 

164 Kemp John A 

165 Brown Charles M 

Orchard Intersects 
Gresham Intersects 

182 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

186 Philip Maurice 

188 Lawson Lemuel D 

194 Kappa Sigma Chapter Hse 



McBRIDE, from Grady av s to 
Hampton av, 1 e of S Boule- 
vard 



McCALLS CROSSING, on College 
Park car line 



McCOLLTJM'S ALLEY (Edge- 

wood), from Wesley to Clay 



McCORD PL, from 209 Decatur 
s to Ga R R, 1 e of Butler 
McCord-Stewart Co 
Lynch James F 



McCOWN, from Bellwood av n 
to Jefferson, 1 w of Ashby 



McCRARY, from Ridge av n to 
Capitol av, 1 s of Weyman av 

McCULLOUGH, from A^ine e, 1 n 
of Hunter 



McDANIEL, from 445 Whitehall 
n to 277 Chapel and s to lim- 
its, 1 w of Whitehall Terrace. 
paved with granite blocks 
from Whitehall to Stephens 
and macadam from Whitehall 
to C of Ga R R, sewerage from 
Whitehall to Crumley, water 
from Whitehall to Gardner, 
and Peters to Chapel 
Going North 

19 Rivers Dry Clean Co (c) 

20 West Side Creamery 

Peters Intersects 
34 Wade Henry (c) 
36 Liggins Anna (c) 



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Johnson H Miller (c) 
Geiuuuden BeKins 

National Biscuit Co Barn 
Murphy Henrietta (c) 
Harris Lizzie (c) 
Hanson Mattie (c) 
Vacant Sept 16. 1912 
Cato Eva (c) 
Boyd Indie (c) 
Hodges Willis (c) 
Simpson Emma (c) 
Simpson Edward (c) 

Kulirt Begins 
Jackson Clara (c) 
Bell Willie (c) 
Payne Clemmie (c) 
Gilmore Christine (c) 
•A O'Neal Ada (c) 
Goodwill Daniel (c) 
•A Dennis Nora (c) 
-B Robeson Drane (c) 
Evans Jennie (c) 
■A Whitaker Clara (c) 
■A Hamilton Cora (O 
■B Greene Mary (c) 
Walton Louvalia (c) 
A Morgan Herman ici 
■A Addie Eliza (c) 
■B Griffith Mary (c) 
Simmons Carrie (c) 
•A Smith Mason <<-i 
Thurman Annie (c) 
B Gunn Otis (c) 
Radford Eugene (c) 
A Thomas Dora (el 
McMichael Easter <o 
A Lyons Annie (c) 
B Thomas Isabella (c) 

Going South 
Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
Smith Dora Miss 
Arnold WMlliam A Dr 
Curtis Joseph E 
Jones Prank H 
Callaway John E 
Norton Emmett L Dr 
Goodhardt Mary A Mrs 
Perdue W Homer 
Cook Monroe L 

Hightotver Begins 
Dumas DuBerry G 
Vacant Sept 19, 1912 
Hill Garnett G 
Union Cong Tabernacle 
Carney Joseph T 
Miller Henry N 
Hawkins Elmer O 
Hester John D 
Green Charles P 
Brinkley John A 
Honk David M Dr 
Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
Nowell Charles W 
South Col of M & S 
Burton & Son 
Barber Laura Mrs 
Vacant Sept 13. 1912 

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Morgan William S 
Anthonv Owen H 
Tucker John W 
Butler George E 
Vaughn J Frank 
Flournoy William J 






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7 7 McHugh Ellery M 
80 Thompaon Robert J 

83 Smith Thomas L 

84 Vaughn Howell 

ItU-liiirdsoii Begins 

87 James Elizabeth Mrs 

88 Vaughan Harry E • 

89 Stanford James N 

90 Schafer John, 
93 Lingo Andrew 

95 Golden Prank J 

96 Gunter Georgia 

98 Chandler Joseph 

99 Field Samuel E 
100 Palmer Otis S 
103 Smith Samuel 
103 Toney Oscar S 

107 Robinson Walter R 

110 Mabry Charles N 

111 Ryan Jane Mrs 

114 Day Volney 

115 Gibson Cyrus P 

116 Henning Robert L 
118 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
121 Goddard Gilford A (c) 

123 y 2 Hawkins Charles C Dr (c) 

124 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

125 Swanson Murray (c) 

127 Anderson William (c) 

Crumley Place Begins 

128 Usher John C (c) 

129 Maddox Smith S (c) 
' 130 Watts Jesse W (c) 

131 Murphy Mandy (c) 

132 Zeigler & Walton (c) 

133 Cook Homer (c) 

135 Malcolm Annie (c) 

136 Crosby Lark (c) 

137 Hardaway Hattie (c) 

138 Chisholm Mattie (c) 

139 Williams William (c) 

140 Patterson Boyd (c) 

141 Banks Kelly (c) 
143 Wilkes Charles (c) 

146 Webb Cora (c) 

147 Willis Fleming (c) 

148 Bohannon Lee (c) 

150 Smith Zeke (c) 

151 Brooks & Jones (c) 
153 Norton & Underwood 
157 Johnson William G 
162 Turner James M 

164 James Elizabeth Mrs 

Glenn Intersects 

165 Crescent Pharmacy 

166 James Elizabeth Mrs 
169 Speights Cora (c) 
168 George James A 

171 Hall Claibourne (c) 

172 Davis Dry Goods Co 

173 Rhodes Henry (c) 

174 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

175 Smith Andrew (c) 

176 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 

177 Carter Clarence J (c) 

178 Hawk John H (c) 

179 Brooks Edward (c) 

180 Hooper Ned (c) 

181 Beavers Arthur D (c) 

182 King Henry (c) 

184 Johnson Charles H Dr (c) 

184 Johnson Charles H Dr (c) 

185 Malloy Mattie (c) 
1SS James Mittie (c) 

189 Pace Solomon E (c) 

190 Davis John H (c) 

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Parks William L (c) 
Carthan Linwood A (c) 
Jackson James (c) 
Adams Henry (c) 
Jackson Cora (c) 
Howe Richard (c) 
Warner Sophie (O 
Zion Hill Baptist Ch (c) 
Champion Letha (c) 
Thomas Dora (c) 
King- Clifford (c) 
Anderson David (c) 
Bivins Jesse (c) 
Dillard Mattie (c) 
Davis John (c) 
Nesbit Arthur (c) 
Smith Katie (c) 
Smith Florence (c) 
Simmons Edward (c) 
Cook Hattie (c) 
Coleman Green (c) 
Lawrence Isaac (c) 
Moore John H 
Dodgen Arthur W 
Spates William R 
White William M 
Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

Eads Ends 
Hill Moser W (c) 
Smith William R 
Floyd John W (c) 
McCord Theodore W 
Johnson Harden (c) 
Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
Sou Ry Intersects 
Stephens Intersects 
Smith William N 
Brown Mattie Mrs 
White Bettie (c) 
McDougald James C Dr (c) 
Shaver Scott L 
Arnold A Milton 
Randall Bros 
Rutledge William J 
Hutchins James W 
Eureka Grocery Co (c) 
Ratteree Robert T 

Berkele Intersects 
Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
Kemp Peggy (c) 
James John J (c) 
Hubbard Walter T (c) 
Vacant Sept 9. 1912 
Battle William G (c) 
O'Neal Warren R (cp 
Brown Annie (c) 
White William C 
Russell Mary (c) 
Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

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321 Wise James W (c) 

322 Smith Mary (c) 

324 Carter Hezekiah (c) 
326-A Boyce Luck (c) 
326-B Jackson William J (c) 
327 Tanner Thomas T 

329 Baker Mattie (c) 

330 Carmichael Miner (c) 

331 Coar Otis (c) 

332 Wofford & Kelly (c) 

Rockwell Intersects 

334 Earls Foster (c) 

335 Backus & Barnwell 

337 Backus John T 

338 Powell Lizzie (c) 

339 Goodlin Daniel M 

341 Backus Mance 

342 Madison James W Dr (c) 

343 Porter John H (c) 

344 Hampton Ella (c) 

346 Elliott Daniel W (c) 

347 Baker Frank (c) 

349 Dukes Fred (c) 

350 Seaton Caesar (c) 

352 Kerlin Samuel A 

353 Roberts John (c) 

354 Pace Mary (c) 

355 Wright Lillie (c) 

336 Thomas Janie (c) 
357 Clark Wesley (c) 

359 Matthews Worrell (c) 
364 Nesbit Warren (c) 

367 Bell William (c) 

368 Ware Eula (c) 

370 McNeil Mary (c) 

371 Williams John (c) 

373 Stewart Charles (c) 

374 Brooks Beverly C tc) 

Gardner Intersects 

376 Peacock Ludella E Miss 

377 Harrison Mary (c) 

381 Brown Delia (c) 

382 Goodson John (c) 

383 Griggs Delia (c) 

384 Wilkerson Robert (c) 
386 Brown Milton (c) 

388 Greer Julia (c) 

389 Baker Edward D (c) 

390 Hardnett Lula (c) 

391 Robinson Elbert (c) 

392 Vacant Sept 5. 1912 
394 Williams Merritt (c) 
396 Hardnett Fenton (c) 

399 Floyd William W Rev (c) 

400 Fernander James (c) 

401 Foster James H (c) 

403 Williams John (c) 

404 Alston Lawrence (c) 

405 Goodson Emma (c) 

408 Roseborough Thomas (c) 

409 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

>Iary Intersects 

410 Parks Georgia (c) 

411 McNinch William W 
413 Sloan William (c) 

415 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

417 Mai one John (c) 

416 Bentley Marshall (c) 

418 Willingham John (c) 
424 Morris Daniel (c) 
4i'. r i Wilson T ethia (c) 

426 Stevens Henrv <c) 

427 Powell Elizabeth (c) 

428 Willis William (c) 

429 Dubose Wilev M (c) 

430 Smith Joseph (c) 

431 Smith Milton (c) 

434 Gordon William H (c) 



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Arthur Intersects 

Burchett John D (c) 
Greer Samuel (c) 
Zachery Mary (c) 
Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
Braxton Jacob (c) 
Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
Brown Samuel (c) 
Thomas Harry (c) 
James James N S (c) 
Hawkins Andrew (c) 
Barrett Henry (c) 
Henderson Alma (c) 
Smith Harry L (c) 
Payne Hattie (c) 
Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
Price Marion (c) 
Thomas Phelix (c) 
Wilson James (c) 
Carmichael John H (c) 
Petty Thomas P (c) 
Fish Sarah (c) 
Liddell Henry (c) 
Iconia Baptist Church (c) 
Jones Robert (c) 
Reed Walter (c) 
Beck Emma (c) 
Nelson Benjamin (c) 
Henderson Volia (c) 



McDONALD, from 95 Curran to 
McMillan, changed to Turner 
Place 



McDONALD, from 1S8 S Boule- 
vard e to.Chastine, water from 
Boulevard to Cameron 



McDONALD AV (East Atlanta), 
changed to Brantley 



Mcdonough (Decatur), 

Decatur car line 



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Mcdonough road, from Ridge 

av s, water from Capitol av to 
Federal Prison 



. McGEE ALLEY, from Randolph 
% block, 1 n of Edgewood av 

McGRUDEK, from 117 Randolph 
e to Sou Ry, 1 n of Irwin, sew- 
erage and water from Ran- 
dolph to Sampson 

McLENDON AV, from Euclid av 
e to city limits, water More- 
land to Whitefoord av, sewer- 
age Kuhns to Arizona 

19 Wright Sarah S Mrs 

20 Carlton George B 
27 Allen Oliver H 

29 Settle Byron C 
Morclaud Av Intersect* 

30 Maddox Cone M 

Josephine Ends 
33 Pugh Gertrude G Mrs 
35 Barnes James J Jr 
37 DeLamater Ira J 
57 Kelley John H Dr 
61 Campbell Thomas R 

63 Johnston Jonathan D 

64 Kuhns William T 

Kuhns Begins 

65 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 



79 Barber Harry E 

80 Sullivan Lynn B 

81 McWhorter William A 

82 Morris Charles R 

Iloyston Intersects 

83 Rauschenberg Christian A 

85 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

86 Weaver Elizabeth Mrs 

87 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

Ferguson Ends 
91 Edmondson William A 
94 Becker Henry F 
98 Phipps William D 

106 Thurmond A Kenneth 

107 Moncrief D Edwin 
110 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
112 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

Sterling Begins 

115 Crawford John H 

116 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

121 Ford Joseph M 

122 Lloyd George W 

123 Harwell Grieve R 
130 Bishop William L 
141 Woodside Robert S 
145 Venable William 
159 Brastow John L 
163 Moon Batty E 

169 Skelton William L 

172 Thomas George S (c) 

173 Burks Luther J 

174 Truss Ada B Mrs 

186 Johnson William E Dr 
188 Jackson Paul V 

Johnson William E Dr 
Whitefoord Av Intersects 
192 Humphries Samuel T 

196 Thrash Hugh B 

197 Sinclair McNeil 
200 Farmer Jimpsie 
200-A Branch Harllee 
202 Hyndes Joseph G 
204 Harmsen Carl O 
206 Thrower James G 
245 Jansen Paul A 
247 Guest Peyton L 
253 Thornhill Henry M 




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vard, e to Confederate av (also 
called Logan av) 

15 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

16 Nix Thomas 

19 Faircloth William 
350 Williams Clarence E 



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to Hemphill av, 1 w of Bell- 

wood av 
1 Hancock Melissa 
Parker Henry A 
Cannon Mary (c) 
Foster Charles E 
Armistead Jefferson 
King Christopher C 

12 Keheley Hurt 

14 Smith Charles C 

16 Galley John F 

AV Tliird Intersects 

18 Watkins Judy (c) 

21 Henry Charles (c) 

22 Thomas Emma (c) 

25 Lofton William (c) 

26 Brewer Maggie M Mrs 
120 Ragsdale Daniel A 

122 Williams Thomas J 

123 Hulsey George L 

Turner Place Ends 



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124 Quinn Louis L 

125 Edmonds Wesley 
128 Parks Dilmous 
130 Ray Frank G 

i32 Hunsucker David K 
133 Burdett Joseph H 
140 Kennemore Paul P 
Exposition Begins 

151 Astaell T Russell 

152 Fagan James M 
453 Dangler Joseph E 

154 Harmon Emma S Mrs 

156 Marshall Charles E 
Keely Intersects 

158 Worthington Frank 

160 Crawford Thomas C 

162 Tanner William G 

166 Attaway Moultrie A 



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1 Austin Hattie (c) 
3 Sherman Mary (c) 
5 Jackson James (o 
7 Hinson Hattie (c) 
9 Choice Hattie (c) 

11 Simmons Wilson (c) 

13 Fambro Queenie (c) 

14 Childs James S (cj 

16 Sills William (c) 

17 Daniel Lucian (c) 

18 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

20 Neal Lizzie (c) 

21 Jones Leila (c) 



McPHERSON AV, from Milton 
Drive south to city limits, 1 e 
A & W P R R. Oakland City 



HePHERSON AV (C V), from 
Stewart av w to Seminole av, 
1 n of Dill av 
10 Hestley Robert S 

12 Smith William R 

13 Reams Charles E 

14 Harrison Thomas D 



' McPHERSON AV, from S More- 
land av e, 1 s of E Fair 
66 Perry Bumon A 
80 Clay James N 
85 Floyd Leonora Mrs 

89 Clay Calvin C 

90 Darden Z Westley 

93 Hardin Charles 

94 Floyd David J 
104 Bowden Charles 
114 Morris William A 
120 McKee Charles B 

Haas Av Intersects 
128 Pattillo Arthur E 
130 Flowers James S 
134 Bishop Jesse B 
212 Douglas Robert 
216 Gibson Leon P 
222 Sargent Samuel 
227 Stewart James R 



McWATERS, from 1320 Marietta 
s to Jefferson 



MEAD, from S Park av e to 
Confederate av, 2 s of Atlanta 
av 



MEAD STATION, on N Decatur 
car line e of Kirkwood 



MEANS, from Lee w to 2^6 Ash- 
by, 2 s of Gordon 



MEANS, from 676 Marietta n w 

to Murphy av (Bellwood), pav- 
ed with macadam from Mari- 
etta to Ponder av, water from 
Bellwood av to Marietta, sew- 
erage Marietta to Ponder av 
12 Christian Moer B Co The 
15 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
17-A Crumley Thomas (c) 
17-B Coleman James (c) 
19 Frazier Eula (c) 
23 Allen Mansfield (c) 
25 Martin Minnie (c) 
27 Hands Andrew (c) 
29 White Charles (c) 
35-7 Finnegan J J & Co 
42-8 Georgia Plaster Co 
45 Camp Machine Co 
50-60 Golden Eagle B Co The 

Ponders Av Intersects 
74-80 Jackson-Orr Co 
90 Atlanta Metal Bed Co 
93 Thomas Lula (c) 
95 Powell Adeline <c) 
97 Brown James (c) 
99 Manley Jackson (c) 

101 Jenkins William (c) 

103 Mickens Alexander (c) 

105 Cromer Estelle (c) 

107 Oliver Louis Rev (c) 

199 Owens Henry A 

201 Davenport James O 

203 Gay Mollie L Mrs 

205 Steadman Charles R 
Bellwood Av Intersects 

206 Davis Ransom A 
207-A DeLong Horace 
207-B Riddell Zelzah 

208 Cooledge F J & Sons 

209 Fowler Philip K 
211 Wooten G Andrew 
213 Golden Willis R 
215 Cook J Benjamin 
217 Smith Charles 



MECASLIN (North Atlanta), 
from 14th n to Forrest, 1 w of 
State 



MECHANIC, between Southern 
Railway tracks on the e and w 
and Magnolia and Rhodes on 
the n and s 



MELDON (Lakewood), from 

Jonesboro road w to Capitol 
av 



MEL.DRUM, from 214 Lambert 
w to Chestnut, 1 n of Ken- 
nedy, water Lambert to Wal- 
nut 

2 Wright Emma (c) 

3 Williams Florence (c) 
5 Hunter Ethel M (c) 

7 Dupree Fannie (c) 

8 Edwards Annie (c) 

9 Brown John (c) 

10 Eubanks Eliza (c) 
14 Powledge Jackson (c) 
16 Ellis George W 

20 McMillan William B 

21 Tuggle James M 

22 Thommason Samuel G 

23 Thompson Robert C 



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Butler J Edward 

Tapp William D 

Rentz William C 

Bell Morgan M 

Stowers Clark H 
Walnut Intersect:* 

Williams Marcus (c) 

Hulin Georgia (c) 
II a V It Ry Intersect** 
Sunset At Intersects 

Dunton John C 

Owen Benjamin A 

A Withers William 

B Edwards Thomas L 
Majestic At Intersects 

Brown Rufus 

Huffman Morgan 

Mabry William L 

Henson Richard 

Wallace Fannie Mrs 

Sears Robert E 

Landers Loyd B 

Tumlin George T 

Maddox Charles T 

Waits James M 

Ellison Benjamin W 

Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

Wilson Marion F 



MELL AV (Edgewood), from De- 
Kalb av n to Euclid av, 1 e 
of Mayson av, sewerage from 
DeKalb to McLendon 

1 Grant George 

2 Lawshe Fred W 
4 Lee William H 

8 Aikens Samuel C 

10 Printup Henry 

11 Lane Owen R 

12 Grant Henry W 

Iverson Ends 
15 Chiplev Ezekiel S 
20 Ross Walter J 
2 7 Glenn Lula P Mrs 
33 Tomlinson Jesse 
5] Lowenthall Nathan 
54 Kent Alexander H 
56 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 

McLendon Intersects 
58 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 



MERCEK (formerly Newton), 
from Eloise e to A & W P 
Belt Line, 1 s of Killian 



MEREDITH, from 204 East av 

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MERIDIAN. (Edgewood), from 
Whitefoord av e to Montgom- 
ery av, 1 s of Boulevard De- 
Kalb 



MERRITS AV, from 459 Peach- 
tree e to N Boulevard, and 
from 380 Spring w to 75 Plum. 
paved with granite blocks 
Peachtree to Piedmont av, rub- 
ble Piedmont av to Butler and 
granite blocks Butler to Bed- 
ford PI. macadam W Peachtree 
to Williams, granite block 
Luckie to McAfee, sewernce 
from Plum to Luckie, Lovejoy 
to Williams and Peachtree to 
Piedmont av, water from Plum 



lo Venable, Williams to Spring 
and Peachtree to Summit av 

Going East 
12 Matthews L Clayton 
15 Albermarle Apartments The 
20 Wooley Andrew C 
23 Courtland Apartments 
Courtland Intersects 
27 Harrison William H 

30 Eiseman Jacob 

31 DeSaussure D Blanding 
34 Shinholser John W 

36 Hardy Katherine C Mrs 

37 Vaughan James W 
41 Ruse & Cason 

45 Ferrell Pauline Mrs 

48 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 

49 Harrison James L 

53 Leonard Beatrice S Mrs 

57 Morrow James W Jr 

58 Martin Jeremiah K 

61 Tuggle John T 

62 Speers William J 

65 Vacant Sept 21. 1912 
67 Vacant Sept 27. 1912 
70 Prioleau Eula L Mrs 
Piedmont Av Intersects 

73 Harrison Edgar S 

74 Bellingradt Morris 

75 Lovett William C Rev 
79 Belt Annie Mrs 

82 Nutting James R 

85 McSherry M Frank 

86 Broyles Nash R 

90 Holmes Frederick 

91 Cloudman J Dana 

92 Williams Siron A 
97 Scott Samuel B 

99 Hartsfield B Harry 
102 Jones John S 

Myrtle Begins 

107 L^jkham James 

108 Hutchinson Merrill M 
112 Vacant Sept 19. 1912 
114 McGarity Jesse L 

117 Askew Kittie R Mrs 

118 Dunn Elliott 

Butler Intersects 
120 Bentley James M 

123 Kincaid William S Dr 

124 Crane Benjamin S 

127 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

128 Shore Charles E Jr 

131 Hollis William G 

132 Randall Orris F 

135 Whitfield Albert W 

136 McDade Arthur H 
138 Tinsley Fannie Mrs 
142 Moran Ellen Miss 

Bedford Place Intersects 
Nutting Begins 
172 Richardson Thomas L 
176 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

181 Bishop George E (c) 

182 Smith R Paul 
186 Norris Coke T 

1S8 Norris Eugenia E Mrs 
192 Augustine William 
194 Wald Herman 
203 Mitchell Eliza (c> 
205 Lee Carrie (c^ 
207 Durrah Renan (c) 
209 Stanton Luccilus (c) 
211 Davis Mary (c) 
213 McDuffy Clarence id 
215 Rogers Matilda (c) 
217 Pinson Dora- (c) 
218-A Dunn James (c) 




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MERRITTS AV— Cont'd 
218-B Holland Sloan (c) 
219 Hill James (c) 
220-A Spearman John W (c) 
220-B Hill Jefferson (c) 
221 Steele Mary (c) 
222-A Morse Louis (c) 
222-B Bowden Eli (c) 
226-A Jones John H Rev (c) 
226-B Hailey Joseph (c) 
228-A Thomas Charles (c) 
228-B Brooks William (c) 
230-A Jones Edward R (c) 
230-B Strickland Thomas (c) 
234-A Arnold Oscar (c) 
234-B Stovall Gussie (c) 

Hunt Intersects 
247 Kiser Marion (c) 
249 Williams Philip H (c) 
251 Watson Laura (c) 
Going West 

48-A Hubbard Jesse (c) 

48-B Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

50 Lamar Eliza (c) 

Williams Intersects 

59 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

61 Clark Mollie (c) 

63 Green Frances (c) 

65 Lumpkin Delia (c) 

65-A Henderson Annie (c) 

65-B Scott Callie (c) 

67 Green William (c) 

68 Clarkston Eliza (c) 

69 Moore Sarah (c) 

Orme Intersects 
82 Chapman Araminter (c) 

Lovejoy, Fowler and McAfee In- 

130 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
Venable Intersects 

150 Price Nathan B 
152 Payne James M 
158 Britt P Henry 

Luckie Intersects 

173 Mize Fannie Mrs 

176 Kent Columbus T 

177 Dickinson Benjamin 

178 Thomas William M 
192 Augustine William M 



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METROPOLITAN AV, from S 
Moreland av e, 2 s of E Fair 
22 Flemister William P 
30 Ferguson Anna Mrs 

Flat Shoals Av Intersects 
64 Ragsdale Mary C Mrs 

69 Weathers Charles V Rev 

70 Johnson William T 
73 Simpson James A 
76 Pace James W 

80 Carter Roy A 
84 McDavid Ira 
90 Niall Albert B 
93 East Atl M E Church 
Granbury Begins 

96 Golden Charles L 

97 Jones William F 

98 Crosby Almon M 

99 Ewing Edgar E 

106 Waggoner George H 
110 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 
118 Leonard Charles M 

Haas Av Intersects 
122 Wright David S 

129 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

130 Everitt Charles B 
135 Haynes W T 



136 McLarin E Antoinette Mrs 

137 East Atl School 
Miles Joel 

139 Warren Lawrence 

140 Pattillo Joseph W 
Patterson Av Intersects 

154 Turner William 
158 Horton Fred 
160 Wellham Byron 
162 Young Arthur R 
170 Shockley William Z 

176 McConnell Walter 

177 Lee J Hugh 

184 Medcalf Lonnie 
Monument Av Intersects 

185 Helms Andrew 
199 Rivers Linton A 



MICKLEBERRY (O C), from Mc- 
Pherson av e to Jonesboro rd 
Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
Evans Drive Intersects 

Stark George 



MIDDLE, from 311 S McDaniel s, 

I n of Rockwell 

II Means I Junius Rev (c) 

12 Henderson Thomas B 

13 Head John L (c) 
IS Dukes Edward (c) 
19 Dukes Thomas (c) 

21 Rankin Amos (c) 

22 McRae Ida (c) 

40 Booker George (c) 

Cunningham Intersects 
Humphries Intersects 
100 Farlow Alvin W 
102 Feilsenstein Isaac 
104 Richey James W 
106 Peters William M 
110 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
112 Beiers William H 
114 Ratterree Alfred C 
116 Nettles Felix N 
118 Thrailkill W Brince 

Beryl Intersects 
151 Edmondson William P 
153 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
155 Gilbert John B 
157 Carter Henry T 
159 Peek Benjamin F 
161 Mallory Lacy H 



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w of Bellwood av 



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to Greensferry av, 2 w of 
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MILDRED AV, from Campbell- 
ton road s, 1 w of Princess 



MILES STATION, on Marietta 
car line, 15 mi north 



MILLEDGE AV. from 224 Con- 
nally e, to Cherokee av, 1 n 
of Glenn, paved with macadam 
from Hill to Cherokee, sewer- 
age and water from Kelly to 
Grant 

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Powers Charles W 

Hardin William H 

Hill Intersects 

Garrett Isaac E 
Eisner William F 
Amos George L. 
Rubley J Frederick 
Brown William F 
Mayo Benjamin H 
Shiver Edward R 
Hamilton James W 
Daniel John M 
Smith Thomas J 
Smith William J 
Harper Emma Mrs 
Vacant Sept 24, 1912 
Kilgore John T 
Setze Eugene J 
Hartsneld Charles G 

IlroylcM Ends 
Barnes Morgan F 
Whitley John H 
Green John H 
Mitchell Joel C 
Bellingrath Albert F 
Home Clarence H 
Cate George W 
Henson Charles A 
Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

Grant Intersects 
Vacant Oct 26, 1912 
Ivey Andrew J 
McNaught Ann Miss 
Brooks Joseph 
Knapp Frank P 
Lacy Zachariah V 
Woolf William W 
Cunningham Charles R 
Wright Emma Mrs 
Oakland Av Intersects 
Russell Joseph H 
Johns Van De Leon 



MILLER AV (Edgewood). from 
Whitefoord av w one block, 1 
n of McLendon av 



MILLER REID AV, 1 s of Mc- 

Donough rd ,on Lakewood car 
line 



MILLERS ALLEY, from 
Haynes w to Maple 



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MILLS, from 84 West Peachtree 
w to 447 Marietta, 1 n of Al- 
exander, paved with granite 
throughout, water from Mari- 
etta to Spring 
7 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 
9 Duncan Caroline Mrs 

14 Lee Parmelia Mrs 

15 Nichols Lillian I Mrs 
17 Chalman John 

39 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 

40 Capes Jesse 

41 Wilson Hugh V 

Spring Intersects 

42 Akin Garnett Q 

44 Vickers Joseph A 

45 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

48 Wingard James I 

49 Reid Herbert C 

50 Moore Grover C 

52 Strickland Odet 

53 Garrison Sarah M Mrs 

55 Wood William J 

56 Hogan William C 



58 Memmler Fannie C Mrs 

59 Pierce John P 

Williams Intersects 

65 Stine Harry W 
68 Pelot Charles F 
72 Evans Catherine (c) 
74 Caruthers Scott (c) 

76 Pope Georgia (c) 

77 Prestley Martha (c) 

78 Fulton Jack (c) 

80 Armstrong Judson (c) 
82 Workman Carrie (c) 
82-A Trimble Emma (c) 
84 Comer Parthena (c) 
84-A Wicker John H (c) 

86 Slaton Sallie (c) 
86-A Williams Ella (c) 

87 Strickland Jessie (c) 
SS Johnson Jeane (c) 
88-A Green Perry (c) 

90 Johnson Macon (c) 
92 Brown Eva (c) 

94 Reden Samuel 

95 Nunnally Hubert E 

Orme Intersects 

96 Sennos John 

97 Dantzler Jessie M 

98 Fretwell J Leonard 

99 Rankin Jessie W 

104 Bourn Rufus M 

105 Kendall Vivian H 
107 Eberhein Charles 

109 Jackson William H 

110 Sennos John 

112 Guerin Mary Mrs 

114 Ebering Henry 

115 Rogers Lucinda O Mrs 

116 Doyle James D 

117 Tinsley Mary Mrs 

118 Chambers William E 

119 Speer Stanley C 

121 Nash Thomas R 

122 Duncan Henry S 

Lovejoy Intersects 

123 Hughes John R 

124 Dunn John W 

125 Spears William A 
125V 2 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

127 Bond George P 
127% Payne Henry L 

128 Lloyd Adam T 

129 Chambers Jackson P 
132 Downs Tandy K 

134 Massar Abraham 

135 Coma Ada Mrs 

136 Winters George W 

Fowler Intersects 

137 Chapin Henry 

138 Waits William W 

141 Pittman Jesse W 

142 Gilleland Andrew J 

145 Forsyth Eugene W 

146 Griffin David M 

149 McKinzey Buena Vista 

150 Dodds Calvin 

McAfee Intersects 
155 Hughes John 
159 Roper William H 
161 McDonald John T 
165 Strickland Marcus C 

169 Tolbert Josiah T 

Venable Intersects 

170 Ward John B 

171 Tobin Frank H 

172 Stanley Emmett E 

173 Coile Ernest E 

174 Sudderth Sallie M Mrs 
176 Nash William H 



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MILLS — Cont'd 
177 Youngblood Robert F 
Luckie Intersects 

193 Bussey Harry 

195 Galloway W Paul 

196 Harrison Henry F 
200 Bussey Samuel T 



MILTON, from 400 W Fair n to 
Beckwith, 2 w of Chestnut 



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MILTON AV, from 637 Capitol av 
s e to McDonough rd 



MILTON SMITH AV, from Lee 
n w parallel with L & N R R 



MIMS (Battle Hill), from 25 Joe 
Johnson av north 



MINERVA, address mail "Atlan- 
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Wfl D If ©MINETTS ALLEY, from 210 Bell 
U il IV V w to Butler 



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MIRANDA AV, from North av n 
to Ponce de Leon av, 1 w of 
Highland av, sewerage Cle- 
burne av to Williams mill rd 

12 Dinsmore Carolyn Mrs 

13 Munn Stewart G 

17 Barksdale Robert D 
21 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
25 Waitt Walter D 
29 Griffin Frank W 
31 Lewis Charles H 
35 Stephens Hamilton 
37 Hall James G Dr 

Highland Av Intersects 
North Av Intersects 

93 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

94 Coppage Edwin J 

101 Tasker John H 

102 Williams William S 
Blue Ridge Av Intersects 

150 Appling Spencer (c) 

151 Roberson Jeremiah (c) 

152 Horton Hasting (c) 



MISSISSIPPI ALLEY, from Fort 
e, half block between Decatur 
and Schofield 




MITCHELL, from 102 Whitehall 
e to 69 Washington and w to 
limits, 1 s of Hunter, water 
from Madison av to Washing- 
ton, paved with granite block 
Whitehall to Washington, as- 
phalt from Whitehall to El- 
liott, granite block from El- 
liott to Tattnall, water from 
Elliott to Tattnall and Doray 
to Leach, sewerage from Jep- 
tha to Ashby 

Going East 

1 Sing Kwong 

1-B Anavnos George 

2 Ting Toy 

3 Ryan & Wilkins (c) 
3% Hanan Solomon 

4 Branning George O 

5 Edmondson George C 

6 Kimmel Joseph S 



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Weissman Oseas 
7 Barnes Cash Gro Co 
9-11 Sterchi Bros & B (Inc) 

10 Atl Barber College 

12 Central Auction Co 

14 Wray Julius W 

15 Blacker Willie M Mrs 
16-18 Riddell Bros 

16% Vacant Sept 23, 1912 

17 Boswell John S 

19 Clifton Emma Mrs 

20 Capitol City Dairy 

22 Burnett James L 

23 American Press Assn 
231/2 Gate City Printing Co 

25 Garner & Sims (c) 

26 Entzminger Henry (c) 
27-29 Woo Lum 

28 Stripling Nathaniel S 

Pryor Intersects 
31 Prattes Bros 
33 Thrower Bldg 

County Offices 

Orr Edgar H 

Sol General's Office 
33 Owls Order of 
35 Belcher Heating & P Co 
37-39 Jeffrey Mfg Co 
41-3 Nunnally & McCrea 
45-7 Adair Johanna T Mrs 
46 Parrott Charles W 
55-57 Lewis T S Co 

Central Av Intersects 

67 Holt John 

68 Thompson Allison M 

70 Arnold Leah A Mrs 

71 Hardigree John P 

73 Wilson Thomas E 

74 Manry William F 

78 Simpson Ossian F 

79 Girls High School 

Going West 

4 I X L Hat Shop 

4-A Crown Tailoring Co 

5 Samuels Sigmund & Co 

6 Mason C H Furn Co 

7 Terminal Clothing Co 
7% Gershon Printing Co 
9 Bullock John H 

91/2 Grimes Edward (c) 
10 Atlanta Bargain House 

10 y 2 Sou Shorthand & B Univ 

11 Mitchells Cafe 

12 Finlev William R (c) 

14 Day W A Co 

15 Campbell John 

16 Hastings H G & Co 

18 Bass Dry Goods Co 
18-A Patrick & Thompson 

Boaz Daniel J 

20 Zaban D & Son 

Broad Ends 

21 Lambert Edward C 
Antonopulos Joseph 

22 Carlton Raleigh W 
22% Hotel George 

23 Metropolitan Cafe 

23% Washington James A 
Manry Chaudain 
Candler Invest Co 
Independ Gas Light Co 

24 Goldin Benjamin 

24-A Kingston William E 

25 McGinley John C 

26 Buchman Joseph 

27 Samuels Sigmund & Co 
Hop Sing Laundry 

27-A Mask Robert L 



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28 Famous The 

29 Moon Robert I 
30-34 Duffy James 
31 Kartos Leon 

33 Samuels Sigmund & Co 
Forsyth Intersect* 

35 Curtis Alfred L 

36 Central Bank & T Corp 

37 Boston Shoe Co 
38-40 Kaplan Joseph M 

39 Cameron Furn Co 

40 % Hubbard & Bolton Co 

Draughon's Prac B Col 

41 Kaplan Herman 

42 Hamlet S B 
42-A Rice Noel J 

43 Kreisle Alexander 

44 American Soda Fount Co 
45-7 Brittains European hotel 
46 Shimoff Pincus M 

46 % Silverman David 
48-50 Kirkpatrick Hd Co 
49 Waukaway Shoe Co 

51 Pergantis Stephen 

52 Huff Louis N 

53 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

54 Mason James C 
55-7 Hotel Scoville 

56 Queen Mantel & Tile Co 
58-60 Bishop-Babc'k-B Co The 

58 V 2 Warren Mfg Co 

59 Inte Correspondence Sch 

61 Peoples Credit Co 

62 Flovd-Lehman & Co 
64 Moor William H 

63 Lampkin William W 

63 V. Novelty Import Co 

64 Emigh & Straub 

65 Imperial Cafe 

65 % Williams New Hotel 

66 Underwriters Realty Co 
Jones John S & Sons 

66 Flynt Sand Co 

66% Robinson Neckwear Co 

67 Imperial Fruit Co 

68 Constancy Gustave 

69 Sou Tailoring Co 
69% Butler Bias C 

70 Jacobs Pharmacy Co 

71 Broadway Souvenir Co 
Mndlson Av Intersects 

76 Sou Ry Frt Depot 

Atlanta Terminal Co 
06 Pentecostal Mission 
06% Vaugher Ella (c) 

08 Koch & Stahl 

09 Truitt S M & Son 

Elliott Intersects 
10-112 McDonald Furniture Co 
15-19 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
15% Jennings Levie (c) 
16 Dabney Joseph T 
21 Story William R 
25 Johnson Ida (c) 
25% Perry John (c) 
27 Cook Ola (c) 

29 Cook Solomon (c) 

30 Chivers W H (c) 

37 Gunter Washington (c) 

38 Lockett Edward D (c) 

39 Lyons Robert (c) 

40 Thompson Charlotte (c) 

42 Shoats Early M (c) 

43 Mathews Irene (c) 

44 Kane Michael J 

45 Tucker James H 

46 Chandler Nannie C Mrs 

47 Hurst Edward S 



14S Jett Ira M 

Minimum Intersects 

150 Avery & Meddows 

151 Cox John C 

153 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

154 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
154% Johnson Rachel (c) 

155 Kee Sam 

156 Hubbard Owens (c) 

157 Jenkins Martha (cj 
15 7% Bad Aggie (c) 

158 Holland Almita (c) 

159 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

160 Austin Albert (c) 

161 Bigsby Sallie (c) 

162 Stanfleld Lorenzo S (c) 

164 Lewis William M (c) 

165 Dennis Henry (c) 

166 Williams John (c) 

167 Stevens Cassie (c) 

168 Shoats Early M (c) 

169 Pennington James (c) 
169-A Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

170 Crawford Mary (c) 

171 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

172 Bunch Anzella (c) 

173 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

174 Mason Henrietta (c) 

175 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
176-78 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
176% Crawford Miles (c) 
178% Hill Anna (c) 

179 Reynolds John R (c) 
ISO Strickland William M (c) 
180% Mack Mary (c) 

181 Reynolds John R (c) 

182 Granberry Isaiah (c) 

182 % Schell's Hall (c) 

183 Rogers L W Co 

185 Friendship Bapt Ch (c) 
187% Carter Old Folk's H (c) 
1S7-89 Eureka Drug Co (c) 
I Invites Intersects 

190 Floyd Delia (c) 

191 Sims Peyton A (c) 
193 Sterling Louise (c) 

195 Galanty Ellis H 

196 Burson Richard H Rev (c) 

197 Fair Haven Infirmary (c) 
Kilt Taylor Joseph M (c) 

200 Ferrell Benjamin (c) 

201 Baugh Giles P (c) 

202 Mitchell Hattie (c) 

204 Ross William T (c) 

205 Tucker & Fleming (c) 
L'li;, i... Walton Lewis P Dr (c) 

207 Rogers & Gill (c) 

208 Combs Julia (c) 

209 Pratt Agnes (c) 

211 Robinson Richard <c) 

212 Ellison Lee (c) 

213 Hill John (c) 

215 Johnston Ezra S 

216 Butler Edgar (c) 

Davis Intersects 

217 Karp Max 

220 Farmer Ellen (c) 

222 Perry House The 

223 Scott Anna (c) 

224 Thomas John (c) 

225 James Anna (c) 
227-29 Fincher William A 
22S Blair James (c) 

230 Gordon Alexander (c) 

231 Melson Benjamin F 

232 Bostick Joseph (c) 

235 Vacant Sept 16. 1912 

236 Edwards James (c) 



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W MITCHELL— Confd 
238-A Bunn Carrie (c) 

239 Groves Dennis J 

240 Harris Mandy (c) 
240-A Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

242 Veavers Sadie (c) 

243 Fincher Mary C Mrs 

244 Key Joseph (c) 

246 Anderson Joseph (c) 
246-A Walker Gilbert (c) 

247 Howard Annie (c) 

248 Smith Marietta (c) 

248-A Meriwether Carrie E (c) 
250 Drake Lewis W (c) 
250-A Thurman Robert (c) 

256 Woodward Adam W (c) 

257 Mitchell Street Sch (c) 

260 Logan Felix (c) 

261 Davis Augustus (c) 

262 Thompson Lizzie (c) 

265 Alexander Marshall (c) 

266 Williams Peter (c) 

267 Sheppard John (cT 
269 Dickerson Lawrence T 

271 Darby William (c) 

272 Golden Callie (c) 

273 Lyons Lewis (c) 

275 Hanson Albert R (c) 
.Maple Intersects 

278 Brice Smith (c) 

279 Tolliver Arthur C (c) 

282 Henson Lexius (c) 

283 Palmer Frederick B Dr 

286 Bates Emma H (c) 

287 Williams Annie (c) 

288 Little Eugene (c) 

289 Davis Caroline (c) 

290 Blackman Irene (c) 

291 Hayes Lucinda (c) 

292 Burch George J (c) 

294 Wright Emma J (c) 

295 Smith Thomas (c) 
297 Mahone Arthur (c) 

299 W Mitchell St M E Ch (c) 
Tattnall Intersects 
Chestnut Intersects 
Doray Intersects 

473 Harris Mourning (c) 

475 Harris Willie (c) 

476 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

Jcptha Intersects 
488 Williams John (c) 

490 Shehee Jack (c) 
Wilder Lewis J (c) 

491 Townsly Luther A (c) 

492 Shehee Grace (c) 

494 Pierce Bud (c) 

495 Satterwhite Joseph (c) 

496 Young Oscar (c) 

499 Townsley Benjamin H (c) 

500 Williams Samuel A (c) 

502 Ligon Hector (c) 

503 Henry Thomas J (c) 

504 Sharp Charles H (c) 



505 Jones Robert (c) 

506 Blake Clarence E (c) 

507 Butler Henrietta (c) 
510 Holloway Arthur (c) 

513 Holloway James L (c) 

514 Carter Richard H (c) 
516 Metcalf Clarence (c) 
520 Day Wilkerson F (c) 
522 Joseph James (c) 

524 Porter William (c) 

525 Dent James H (c) 

526 Holmes Lucy (c) 

527 Lee Welcome E (c) 

529 Wynn Elvira (c) 

530 Greenwood Thornton (c) 

531 Peek Henry (c) 

532 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
545 Lowe General F (c) 



MITCHELL, PLACE, from rear 
of 156 W Mitchell w to Dobbs 
alley, 1 s of Mitchell 



MOBILE, located at 
Hills Place 



Peachtree 



MOHAWK AV, from 113 Holder- 
ness w, 1 n of Greenwich 

8 Winn Frances B 
10 Allingham Horace W 
14 Schield Albert 



MOLLIE, from 132 Estoria e. 1 
n of Gaskill (also known as 
Mattie) 
2 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

4 Lester James P 

5 Pair Thomas B 
7 Lowry Peter 

16 Lyon Henry D 
22 Leftwich John M 
24 Leftwich Oliver M 



MONROE, from Rhodes n 
Foundry, 1 w of Sou Ry 



to 



MONTGOMERY AV, from Boule- 
vard DeKalb s to S Decatur 
car line, 1 e of Whitefoord av 



MONTGOMERY FERRY ROAD, 

from Sou Ry e to Plaster 
Bridge road, 1 e of Piedmont 
road 



MONTROSE PARK, near Spring 
and 16th sts 



MONUMENT AV, from E Fair s 
to Metropolitan av, 3 e of S 
Morehead av 
29 Keesee Joseph R 
31 Nabers D Henry 



MOODY PLACE, from Spring w 
to Williams, 1 n of Merritts av 



.MOORE, from State w to Mc- 
Millan, 2 n of limits 



roORE, from Georgia R R at 
270 Decatur n to 73 Pratt and 
s to 351 E Fair, paved with 
macadam from Fair to Gilmer, 
sewerage from Hunter to 
Pratt, -water from Hunter to 
Gilmer 

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Caro Port Cement Co Whse 
Reeves Babe Miss 
Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
Decatur Intersects 

Huby Clarence (c) 
Tate Mattie (o) 
■A Berman Louis 
B Weissman Osias 
Garrett Gabriel (c) 
Di-Gesto Gum Co 
■A Pfeffer Louis P 
•B Erdberg Joseph 
Allen Aaron (c) 
Levy Benjamin 
Kesler Benjamin 
Karasek David 
Williams Arline 
Yalovitz Samuel 

Going South 
Atlanta Paper Co 
■10 Storey Lester B 
Martin John (c) 
Randman Edward 
Williams Harrison ] 
Woods Silas (c) 
Koplin Philip 
Brown Jacob 



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MOORE'S ALLEY, from Marietta 
•• to W & A R R, 1 w of Pon- 
ders av 



MOORES STATION, on Marietta 
car line, near Bolton 



MORAN, from A B & A R R w to 
L & N R R, 1 s of Jefferson 



MORELAND AV, (Edgewood), 
from 1040 DeKalb av n and s 
to city limits, paved with ma- 
cadam, sewerage from DeKalb 
av to St Charles, water from 
DeKalb av to Ponce de Leon 
av and Leggett to McPherson 
av 

Going North 

11 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

12 Askew W Scott 

14 Quarles William E 

15 Hunter James P 
18 Pitt Thomas H 
21 Cason Robert A 

Austin Av Ends 
26 Rockmore Marshall L 
Alta Av Ends 

29 Polhill James B 

30 Elsas Benjamin 

31 Martin Joel M 

32 King- Andrew R 

33 Hayes Hendricks 

36 Sims Walter A 

37 McClelland Livingston 
41 Brown Isham N 

44 Haltiwanger-T Drug Co 
55 Dobson Charles R 
59 Donohew James H 

65 Hightower Thomas J 

66 Kriegshaber Victor H 
71 Stewart John E 

79 Maddox Cicero D 
f»l Finley Samuel E 

Cleburne Av Begins 
94 Niall William A 
10' Dennis John H 

104 Dennis Joseph L 

105 Starling Charles H 
108 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 



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FEED STUFFS 
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Ford T Bartow 
Stitt Arthur .1 
Stallings Rogers B 
Holcomb Guy 
Baldwin Joseph L 
Reed Thomas 
Sale Thos B 
Flanders Laura C Mrs 
Pratt George L 

McLendon Intersects 
Davis Wade H 
Bearden William K 
Taylor Bruce B 
Klaitz John J 
Johnson Sidney C 
Tipton & Co 
Tipton Thomas C 
Rose Edmond W 
Ragland Eugene 

Mansfield Av Begins 
Dozier Cornelia Mrs 
Reeves William M B 
Bennett Benjamin F 
Caldwell Arthur B 
Iechler James A 
Hooks Robert G 
Pattillo Lovic T Dr 
Mills James W Dr 
Cofer Charles J 
Stanley Watt C 

Chatham Begins 
Thomas Bartlett E 
Clanton Turner W 
Bell N O 
Rooney John 
Bennett Walter C 
Wilson Lucy W Mrs 
Bowden Wightman 
Hackett Charles W 
Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
Hill Daniel D 
Bumstead Frank A 
Pettus Edwin W 
Booker William 

Albemarle Av Begins 
Strong Charles H Jr 
Lupo Edward D 
Jarrard Eugene 
Owen Charles M 

North Av Intersects 
Hightower John B 
Williams Thomas H 
Jones Edward G Dr 

Going South 
Williams Archie G 
Brantley Ends 
Pirkle David A 
Chambers J F Aldine 
Dahlgren Mary E Mrs 
Hunnicutt James T 

Govan Begins 
Brown James H 
Holland Ivy R 

Hardee Ends 
Greer S White 
Cave Henry S 
Pennington Abraham F 
Upshaw Harrison F 
Morrison James J 
Waddell Jackson L 
Waldrip James P 
George Eugene E 
Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
George William F 
Grove Mattie P Mrs 
Hollingsworth John W 
McDaniel Charles B Rev 
KIrkvcood Av Ends 



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MORELAND AV— Cont'd 
281 Ryan Thomas B 
283 Taylor William P 
325 Dickens William E 
Fair Intersects 
850 Carroll George 
360 Shumate James E 
368 Hendrix William R Rev 

372 Gitabs Samuel S 

373 Reeder William L 
382 Koch Fred 

387 Renedict Ernest E 

396 Maner C Gordon 

397 Kalb Louis C 

400 Coleman John P 

401 Rlake Harry C 
404 Shuey William L 
407 Owens William R 

412 Hambrick William L Rev 
415 Poole Sarah J Mrs 

417 McDaniel William 

418 Gibson Mary J Mrs 
422 Harvill William A 

Flat Shoals At Intersects 
433 Hill Mattie S Mrs 
451 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
453 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
455 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
457 Hewatt Wheeler J 
465 Parker Elbert 
469 Redford William P 
481 Lee John T 

499 Fincher Thomas H P Dr 

500 Rracewell John W 

Sanders Av Intersects 

501 Clarke T Charles E 
505 Rrazell James F 
509 Gates Horatio N 
513 Pierce Franklin W 
517 Clarke Henry H 
519 Graham Ernest E 
525 Hill Dorothy P Mrs 
529 Hardin William C 
53 3 Huey John A 



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MORGAN, from 500 N Eoulevard 
e to limits, 1 n of Roulevard 
Terrace, sewerage from Roule- 
vard to Randolph 
20 McMillan Neil 
24 Richmond Charles E 
28 Turner Charles R 
32 Yarbroueh Gordon J 
36 Vacant Sept 13. 1912 
44 Paschal Harry M 
48 Hall Willis P 
60 Grizzard Thomas E 
62 Reese George G 
104 Maddox John T 




MORGAN (Edgewood), changed 
to Hutcheson 



MORGAN PLACE, rear of 151 
Houston 



MORGAN'S CROSSING, on Col- 
lege Park car line 



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MORREI,!,, from Simpson n, 1 e 
of Ashby 



MORRIS, from 79 Robbins w to 
Hollins, 1 n of Glenn 



MORRISON AV, changed to 
Roulevard Terrace 



MOUGHRON, from Maple e to 
Davis, between Hunter and 
Rhodes 



MOZLEY, from 14 Grant e to 
Oakland av, 3 n of E Fair, 
sewerage and water through- 
out 



MOSELY STATION, on Marietta 
car line, 16 mi north 



MURIEL AV, from Clifton av e 
to Harold av, Druid Hills, sew- 
erage Clifton to Page av 



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MURPHY AV, from Whitehall s, 
1 e of C of Ga Ry, water from 
Whitehall to city limits 
3 Segers L Dillard 
Engine Co No 7 

Renjamin Begins 
15 Atlantic Ice & C Corp 
25 Woodward Lumber Co 
Glenn Intersects 
Shelton Av Intersects 
176 Chapman Clifford R 
180 Carter Arthur V 
182 Andrews Charles B 
184 Reid Luther A 
186 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
188 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
200 Willingham-Tift Lmbr 
206 Rutler James A 
208 Seay Thomas L 
210 Astin Samuel D 
212 Strickland Arthur T 
216 Kimbrough John T 
218 Gulf Refining Co 
222 Wooten John A 
290 Mason Claud E 

Almand Marion W 
Callahan Louis J 
Georgia Cedar Co 
Hammond Charles J 
Hart R K 
Lawhon James R 
Morgan Almond 
Morgan A P 
Morgan Frazier M 
Stephens George T 
Stevens John S 



MURPHY AV, from Marietta to 
W & A R R changed to Mid- 
dlebrooks 



MURPHY AV, Lakewood Hghts 



MURPHY'S CROSSING, on Col 

lege Park car line 



MURRAY, from Risbee av s, 3 
w of Jonesboro rd (S Atlanta") 



MURRAY HILL (Kirkwood), on 
N Decatur car line 



MUSCOGEE AV (north and w), 
located in Peachtree Heights 
Park 



MUSE, from Lucile av s to 
Beecher, 1 w of Langhorn 



MYNATT STATION, on N Deca- 
tur car line e of Kirkwood 



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MYRTLE, from 99 E Merrltts av 
n to Tenth, 1 e of Piedmont 
av, paved with macadam 
throughout, water from Ponce 
de Leon av to 10th 

5 Johnson Katie (c) 
12 Stovall Joseph (c) 
14 Few Cam (c) 

1. 1 ml <■ ii Av Intersects 
19 Morris Susan <o) 
21 Widmon Samuel (c) 
25 Leonard George (c) 
115 Baker William A 
119 Dickerson Charles D 
123 Cosgrove Christopher H 

127 Watt Frederick A 

128 Ballenger Edgar G Dr 
131 Asher Allan 

133 Vacant Sept 7. 1912 
135 Vacant Sept 7. 1912 
139 Hall Roland 
157 May Clarence 

Fourth InterneeiM 

162 Dillon John R 

163 Phillips Harvey T 
167 Barili Alfredo 

171 Callaway William A 

172 Johnson James M 

177 Poole Cecil P 

178 Scott Henry B 

179 Ashburn Charles H 
181 Hunt Robert W 

1S2 Cooledge Frederick J Jr 
185 Condgon Richard 

191 Bloodworth Clarence J 

Fifth Intellects 

192 Vacant Sept 7, 19*2 

192 Blosser Clarence 

193 McCollough Wm T 
197 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
200 Washington Robert L 
205 Duncan Robert L 

209 Darby Rufus C 
224 Blosser Joseph Dr 

226 Connor Jason 

Sixth IntemeetH 

227 Daniell John S 
233 Boehm Julian V 

236 North Frank G 

237 Boone John W 

246 Warren Lott 

247 Vacant Sept 7, 19 12 
250 Floding William E 
254 Lovett Kate Mrs 

Seventh Intersects 
258 Gay Sanford W 

261 Shaw Edward H 

262 Shropshire Andrew J 

267 Ribble George W 

268 Simmons Charles H 

272 Jackson Marshall O 

273 Stewart Thomas N 
277 Martin Theo W 
281 Eubanks George F 

285 Walker C Irvine 

286 Coles Henrv A 

289 Boykin John A 

290 Potts Edgar A Rev 
294 Stahl Robert 

Eighth Intersects 
296 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
298 Hudson Woodson H 

301 Glenn Thomas K 

302 Moore Hattie F Mrs 

306 Weaver Cora W Mrs 

307 Blakeman Thomas E 

308 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
310 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 



311 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

312 Caldwell George K 
316 Jacobs Ernestine Mrs 

319 White James W 

320 Gresham Volley R 

Ninth Begins 

324 Baker William B 

325 Gonzales John J 

328 Revnolds Frank H 

329 Brldger J C 

332 Morris Richard L 

333 Adler Charles 

336 Braselton Amos W 

337 Somerville John W Dr 
340 Resor William S 

■Ml McMillan Alex G 

344 Smith William N 

345 Hirsch Jack H Jr 

348 Brodnax Samuel E 

349 Eakin William S 

350 Leahy Wade H 
:::.J Patterson Robert C 
353 Hope Robert E 



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Flury A Lindsey Rev 

Glore John P 

Chestnut Intersects 

Boyd Thomas C 

Thomas Goss 

Finch Robert E 

Hilderbrand Mary 

Langley Emmett R 

Lackey Warren B 

Hargrove William A 

Cook James E 

Smith Jordan S 

Furrh Victor A 

Reed Claude D 

Langley James A 
Newport Intersects 

Vacant Sept 16. 1912 

Jefferson James T 
Franklin Intersects 

Hatcher Thomas R 

Walden Daniel I 

Martin Frederick 

Vacant Sept 16. 1912 
Oliver Intersects 

Logan Joel L 

Henson Samuel 

Francis Mary J 

Mover William 

Snow James B 

Eskew Joseph L 

Hamby William J 
Lindsay Intersect* 

Wade Arthur H 

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119 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
124 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
126 Howell Herbert A 

Ashby Intersects 
282 Ward Florence Mrs 

284 Emanuel Ophelia (c) 

285 Moore Robert B (c) 

286 Adams Charles (c) 
289 Jordan Edward (c) 

Majestic Av Intersects 
319 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
321 Lumpkin Jeremiah A (c) 



NELMS AV (Edgewood), from 
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to 145 Chapel, paved with as- 
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wood blocks Madison to El- 
liott, granite blocks Elliott to 
Walker, macadam Walker to 
Chapel, sewerage from Mitch- 
ell to Chapel and Madison av 
to Forsyth, water Elliott to 
Chapel 

2 Manley Eric 

3 Atlanta Plow & Vehicle Co 

4 Sou Saw & Mach Wks 
5-11 Liquid Carbonic Co 

6 American Machinery Co 
8 Walker Co The 
10-20 Montag Bros 
13-17 Hirschberg Co 
17-19 Schlesinger-Meyer B Co 
26 Gholstin-C Spring B Co 

Madison Av Intersects 
R R Intersects 
41 Murray Co The 
47 Freeman John F 
47 Thompson Roland A 
55 Sewell Emma Mrs 
58 Unti Benigni E 

Barsanti Peter 
64 Burgess James A 
69 George James M 

73 Cumby Alice Mrs 

74 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

75 Brunette Francis M 

80 Bohannan Joseph A 

81 Smith Ira W 

84 Duckett Nannie J Mrs 
87 Barr Robert C 
90 Long Preston 

93 Stocks Francis M 

Mangum Intersects 

94 Vacant Nov 6, 1912 
98 Lee Jim 

101 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

102 Jones Beetta Mrs 

Walker Begins' 
111 Valstein David 
117 Justice Warren J 
123 Crouch James M 

127 Vacant Oct 7, 1912 

128 Vacant Sept 10. 1912 

131 Fechter Alice Mrs 

132 Chandler Lucius P 

Haynes Intersects 
135 Lowe Robert E 
139 Morgan Lela Mrs 
141 Dunlap Robert R 
143 Spratling Benjamin B 

149 Nash Lionel O 

150 Arnold William M 
154 Mitchell Robert M 



155 Terrell John H 

158 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

159 Akridge Thomas J 

161 Reagan Robert A 

Tattnall Begins 

162 Allen Charles W 

166 Frey James W 

167 Clay John H 

169 Clay John H 

170 Byrd F Harry 
173 Ray George B 

176 Burton Reuben M 

177 Piatt Robert H 

180 Gardiner George 

181 Sullivan Charles E 
186 Gann David 

190 Meek Emerson D 



NESBIT, from 450 Luckie w to 
109 Plum, 1 s of W North av, 
water throughout 
9 Smith Emily Mrs 

10 Roper James P 

11 Crumley James P 

12 Mills Bennett J 



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NEWMAN, from 193 E Cain s to 
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NEWNAN AV, on College Park 
car line, 1 mile s of Ft Mc- 
Pherson 



NEWPORT, from 586 Simpson n 
to Jett, 3 e of Ashby, sewer- 
age Simpson to Neal, paved 
with rock and chert Simpson 
to Neal 

38 Jones William N 

39 Greer John J 

40 Iseley Gasdin D 

41 Cagle Thomas D 
43 Potts Joseph 

45 Vacant Oct 18, 1912 
47 Wilson Charles A 
49 Helmes William 
51 Jackson Thomas D 

Proctor Intersects 
54 Guthrie William 
56 Houston Filmore Mrs 

58 McCulley Joseph W 
58-A Mathews James R 

59 Elder Jesse (c) 

60 Eskew James C 
■ 62 Vacant Sept 14, 

64 Ashley Homer 
66 Ashley Callie A 

68 West F Gordon 

69 Langley Joseph 

70 McDuffie William R 
76 Melton Daniel I 

Neal Intersects 
90 Segars Joseph A 
92 Bullock Albert 
94 Eskew John 



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6 Slayton Mattle (c) 
10 Johnson Laura (c) 
14 Adams Emma (c) 

16 Odum E>ollie (c) 

17 Geer Mary (c) 

18 Williams Sarah (c) 

19 Hill Mariah (c) 

20 Jordan Clarence (c) 

22 Burke Emma (c) 

23 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

24 Roberson Elvie (c) 

25 Williams Callogge (c) 

26 Johnson Walter (c) 

27 Jackson Gus (c) 

28 Deavenport Lucy (c) 

30 Hammond Lizzie (c) 

31 Harper Ellen (c) 

32 Chandler Jennie C Mrs 

34 Henry Henrietta (c) 

35 Mitchell Albert (c) 

36 Jackson Alexander (c) 

37 Butler George (c) 

39 Norris James (c) 

40 Griggs Mary (c) 

41 Bagby Edwin (c) 

43 Bentley Samuel (c) 

44 Ware James (c) 



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1 Ezell Samuel C 

5 Lindsey George C 
10 Johnson William 
14 Jones Joseph P 



NILES AV, from A B & A R R 

w to Rice, 2 s of Marietta 

110 Patterson Grover C 

114 Youngblood James A 

116 Swords James T 

120 Everett James W 

122 Smith William R 

124 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 



NINTH, from 345 Myrtle e to 
.Jackson, water Myrtle to Taft 
av, paved with chert through- 
out 

Going East 
14 Cunningham Everhart 
17 Van Goidtsnoven Jessie Mrs 
19 Weiss Leo 
22 Williams James E 

25 Braswell Bartow B 

26 Vacant Sept 9. 1912 
29 Zurline Ludwig H 

Owen William H 

34 Baughn Marion S 

35 Epstein Max 

Bedford Place Intersects 
40 Vignaux Bernard I 

44 Hoeran Shade 

45 Cobb M Barker Mrs 
49 Kirk Arthur W 

52 Nevin James B 
62 Anderson Custis N 
66 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
69 Stovall William R 
73 Smith Francis P 



74 Hiles Gordon 

77 Fuller William A 

78 Estes James H 
81 Crusoe Robinson D 

87 Smith Horace L 

88 Wilklns George W 
91 McDonald John K 

100 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 



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120 Ashby, 1 n of Park, paved 
with macadam, sewerage anJ 
water throughout 
11 Ebberhart Weldon L 

14 William Samuel W 

15 Green David E 
17 Spratlin James J 

20 Schillinger Leo 

21 Blackstone Alfred E 

28 Gunter Charels F 

29 Pharr James R 
32 Martin Vandiver 

34 Watkins Samuel T 
38 Sanders H Finch 
41 Troues Arngo 

44 Stewart Alonzo J 

45 Barrett Robert 

46 Stewart Wesley H 

50 Westmoreland Robert W Dr 
55 Reynolds Eliza Mrs 
59 Donnelly Charles H 

61 Patterson Alfred F 

62 King John P 

63 Carlson Oscar F 

64 Patterson Turner 



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NORTH AV, from 251 West 
Peachtree e to Candler and 
w to Ashby, 1 n of Linden av. 
paved with macadam Marietta 
to Williams, wood block Wil- 
liams to Peachtree, granite 
block Peachtree to Myrtle, and 
macadam Bedford Place to 
Boulevard, sewerage from W 
Peachtree to Peachtree, W & 
A R R to Kennesaw av and 
Highland to Daley, water from 
Lambert to Kennesaw 
Going East 
9 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 
10 Darden Mary E Mrs 
12 North Court Apartments 

Seamans Merritt G 

Dorsey Louis G 

Grant Laurence E 

McFadden Haynes 

15 Williams Edward E 

16 Hoxsey John M B 

17 Johnson Emmie E Mrs 
20 Hudson Amada G Mrs 
22 Engine Co No 11 

24 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 
28 Starke Georgia H Mrs 
32 Bossen Margaret E Mrs 
36 Vacant Sept 21, 1912 
40-48 Fulton Auto Supply Co 
50 Stearns F B Co 
52 Southern Tire Sales Co 
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78 McCrary J Alva 
81 Arnold Givens W 
83 Hughes John W 

Courtland Intersects 
84-86 Colonial Apartments 
Wilson Williams H 
Carleton H Cushman 
Wynne Louis F 
Malsby Henriettta A 
Bradbury Jalton 
Davis John W 
Smith Harry M 
85 Thomas Edward G 
87 Garner Josiah H 
90 Williamson James A 
90 y 2 Carpenter Guy 

Juniper Begins 
95 Calhoun Andrew E 
Willow Ends 
103 Alexander Ada R Mrs 
107 McGarry James F 
109 Byrd Charles P 
111 Smith Albert M 
117 Crusselle Jeptha N 

120 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 

121 Cook Tallulah A Mrs 

123 Fowle Daniel G 

124 Moore James N 

125 Lawrence John de T 
128 McCall Hawkins H 

Piedmont Av Intersects 
135 Thorn Charles C 
139 Mizell George C Dr 
141 Culver Charles S 
145 Berger Martin K 
159 Bailey Chester F 

Myrtle Intersects 
165 Boykin Samuel F 
169 Cohen Frank J 
173 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
175 Haslett Richard N 
177 Scott William D 
181 Owen John 
183 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
193 Smith Wesley (c) 
201 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
203 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
205 Rand Frederick 
207 Vacant Sept 10. 1912 
209 Williams John A 
211 Sheats Lillie Miss 
221 Selig Carl A 
225 Statham Benjamin G 
Bedford Place Ends 
Nutting: Ends 
255 Sower John W 
257 Yarbrough Mathew J 
259 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
262 Thrasher Otho J 
Harbour John F 
271 Boyd Edgar J 
273 Ridley James B 
275 Stewart Alvin B 
279 Gault James T Dr 
2S0 Brittain K Walthall 

283 Russell Gadsden 

284 O'Keeffe Sarah Mrs 

288 Battle Richard 

289 Pegram Samuel 

292 North Av School 

293 Hemphill William H 

Hunt Intersects 

294 Wallace Jerry 

295 Arnold Lewis L 

299 Forbes George B 

300 Gilbert Joseph L 
303 Ellis Frank E 



309 Daniel Walter E 
311 Cochran Ralph O 
315 Nash John M 
319 Robinson Charles R 

Jackson Intersects 
323 Britt James M 
325 Moore Thomas F 

Boulevard Intersects 
376 Sanders Margaret Mrs 
Ingram James A 

379 Etheridge Paul S 

380 Lamar Hugh M 
383 Logan Joseph C 

387 McClain William H Jr 
391 Underwood E Marvin 
395 Pomeroy Edgar E 
399 Akers Carrie I Mrs 
401 Jossey Guy A 

Arnold Intersects 
414 DuPre Frank F 
425 Williamson Sarah (c) 
433 Spalding Albert T Jr 
435 Huggins Walter A 
437 Brown Frederick 

Handolph Intersects 
720 Little Sidney D 

l.inwonil Av Intersects 
730 Highland School 
740 Highland Park School 
776 Paxton John 
780 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
821 Perryman W Marcus 
825 Branham Walter R 
831 Jenkins John S Rev 
904 Johnson Allen (c) 

Moreland Av Intersects 
907 Merry Percy B 
912 Poland G Waverly 
Going: West 

14 Sigma Phi Epsilon Chap Hse 

15 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 

16 Creel Joseph F 

18 Chalmers Stephen H 

19 Printess Annie F Miss 

23 Gormari William H 

24 Hallman Addie F Mrs 

29 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 

30 Hinton Eugene H 

Spring Intersects 

35 Vacant Sept 26, 1912 

36 Armstrong Robert S 

39 Gorman Ossian D 

40 Barnwell Charles M 

42 Tuller Charles D Mrs 

43 Dennis Annie Miss 

46 Oliver Edgar E 

47 Phi Delta Theta Chap Hse 

50 Sigma A E Chapter House 

51 Burke Annie M Mrs 

52 Harralson Madison 

55 Chi Phi Frat Chapter Hse 

56 Harbison James V 

58 Wiggins Sterling P Rev 
66 Hancock Thomas H Dr 

70 Love William A 

Williams Intersects 

71 Minahan Theodore 
75 Henderson Joseph C 
79 Boggs Gilbert H 

82 Cooksev J Walter 

83 Hancock Hillery P . 

84 Flournoy Addie G Mrs 
86 Marye Thornton 

90 Camp William M 
92 Greene Payton W 
96 Vacant Sept 18, 1912 
98 Hanlon Daniel J 

Orme Intersects 



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100 Y M C A (Tech) 

McAfee Intersects 

160 Emerson William H 

164 Sanford Charles H 

165 Ga School of Technology 

Cherry Uejtins 
168 Turner Rilla A Mrs 
172 Neal John 
176 Seawell Sarah R Mrs 
180 Jackson William Dr 
184 Wood Martha Mrs 
186 Stanfield Robert T 

192 Standard Pharmacy 

193 Comer Ransom H 

Luekie EndN 
Hemphill Av Begins 

205 Rapp William M 

206 Gay Jackie Mrs 

208 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
Plum Intersects 
219 Cherry Sina Mrs 

221 Johnson Lee 

222 Shaw-Goldin Coal Co 

223 Coggins William T 
225 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
227 Hutchinson John C 
229 Holland Jefferson E 

241 Joyner Park Kindergarten 

251 Wood Sarah J Mrs 

252 Consumers Ice Co 

253 Vanadore James P 
255 Mitchell Robert D 
257 West Robert H 

State Begin.* 
266 Reed R N Oil Co 
270 Frederick Disinfectant Co 
Marietta Intersects 
Sou K R Intersects 
Gray Intersects 
301 Burton Thomas S 
301-B Brewer Warren W 

329 Brack Cephas J (c) 

330 Clower William R 

331 Horton Mollie (c) 
331-A Craddock Prince (c) 
333 Sutton Charles (c) 

335 Hollie Sallie (c) 

337 Carter Frederick (c) 

338 Lark Paul (c) 

339 Hill James (c) 

344 Walker Nelson (c) 
Davis Ends 

347 Caldwell Mattie (c) 

348 Anderson Fuller (c) 

349 Harris Clara (c) 

351 Wilson Ann L Mrs 

352 Bradley Jannie (c) 

353 Harp Victoria (c) 

354 Williams Nettie (c) 

355 Porter John 

356 Penn Rosa (c) 

357 Calhoun Metta (c) 

358 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

359 Taylor John W 

360 MrClure William (c) 

361 Goldberg Nathan 

Strong Intersects 

362 DeFoor Charles S (c) 
362-A Letten Annie B (c) 

363 Griggs Evander G 

364 Shaw William (c) 
366 Cook Malinda (c) 
368 Frasier Georgia (c) 

370 Baugh Jerry (c) 

371 Black Mark B (c) 

373 Landers Eunice S 

374 Freeman Griffin 



^75 Casey Leila Miss 

376 Chapman Annie E Mrs 

Emmett Intersects 

377 Allen Sarah Mrs 
382 Bolden William (c) 
384 Kendrick John (c) 
386 Carson Young (c) 
388 Reese Mollie (c) 
390 Wallace Charles (c) 
392 Stamps Elvie (c) 
394 Patillo Edward (c) 

Lambert Intersects 
412 Jennings William (c) 
414 Richerson Mandy (c) 
416 Wright Hattie (c) 

A B & A R R Intersects 
471 Bowen Nelson (c) 
473 Bowen Robert (c) 

Travis, also Julian Begins 
509 Keheley Samuel H 
513 Karr Joseph S 

Sunset Ends 
515 Lewis Augustus T 
519 Cook Walter J 
521 Dorsey Susan J Mrs 
525 Weems Elijah C 
527 Smith George W 
530 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

534 Bentley F Oli-ver 

535 Hames George L 
541 Campbell Harry A 
543 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
545 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 

Majestic Av Intersects 

550 Hammond Andrew P 

551 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 
555 Fuller James A 

557 Boyd Joseph J 

560 Leamon Ira M 

561 Thompson William A 

Chestnut Intersects 
697 Rice Arthur A 

English Av Intersects 
705 Thompson Ida Miss 
709 Bullock George N 

711 Ray Columbus J 

712 McCurley Peyton A 
714 Echols Walter B 

Franklin Ends 
722 Anderson Fletcher G Dr 
724 Payne Grover C 
728 Peacock James O (c) 

Ashby Intersects 
743 Perkins Henry G (c) 

NORTH LAWN (formerly part 
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Lee, 1 n of Lawn 
20 Deaton Mollie Mrs 
69 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
83 Manord Douglas K 
85 Willis Albert M 
87 Finley John T 
89 Manord Benjamin W 

95 Stewart Robert N 

96 Echols Charles F 
99 Log-an Edward 

102 Ca'lahan Charles C 

103 Hollingsworth Edward E 

104 Llovd Benjamin H 
108 Hand Wesley L 
115 Sewell Maude Mrs 
117 Clvde Charles M 
121 Bishop Owen T 
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4 4 Bearden Tyson 
50 Allen Elijah 
54 Shirley William C 
58 Bishop Lillie Mrs 
60 Osburn Mary V 
02 Pamarance Philip 
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OAK, from 639 Whitehall w to L 
& N R R, 2 s of Gordon, paved 
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Ashby to Atwood, water from 
Whitehall to Holderness 
15 Cobb Joseph L 
17 Boyce Leon 

23 Durham John C 

24 Thomas Eugene D 

25 Collier Henry E 

30 Girvin Alton T 

31 Haney Gerrald L 

34 Newman L Cary D Dr 
Lee Intersects 

61 Cofer Jane Mrs 

62 Stewart Emma M Mrs 

65 Respess William R 

66 Hollis Victor R 

67 Burks James R 

69 Robertson Charles E 

170 Manry Jesse M 
73 Lewis Eleanor G 

74 Henslee Atticus H 

75 Puller Prances P Mrs 

76 Cross Benjamin M 

77 Kelley Alfred E 

79 Boone Joseph M 

80 Thompson Henry C 

82 Whaley W J 

83 Warner Hellen L Mrs 
85 Chapman Lindsey F 

87 Harris Frank 

91 Mitchell Robert S 

93 Campbell Herbert L 

94 Worrell Edward H 

Dunn llejiins 
98 Pitts Thomas H 
102 Mitchell Charles D 
105 Lynch Charles V 
110 Hinika John H 
116 Reynolds Joseph B 
Ashby Intersects 

140 Hammel William A 

141 Morgan Mary Miss 
143 Linrlhnlm William O 



144 West Herbert J 

145 Harris Hiram D 

147 Mitchell Charles H 

148 Downing William M 

151 Battelle J Rollo 

152 Rowley Timothy 
Howell Place Intersects 

155 Penn Otis R 
158 Haggard Burton 

163 Mathis Clarence E 

164 McCray John J 

166 Sigman Edgar M 

167 Turman Allice E Mrs 
169 Roberts Joe 

171 Sheffield Ishai M 

173 Hitt Clinton 

174 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
176 Hancock Benjamin P 
180 White W H 

Peeples Intersects 
192 Brandon Robert M 
194 Clark Winfred S 
196 Gouedy Jesse H 
198 Dalhouse John W 
200 Menkee Lawrence E 

202 Garrett Mary L Mrs 

203 Pendley Charles L 

204 Alexander Davis 

207 Bourne William W 

208 Cocolo Candied V 

209 Bailey Alfred H 
213 Hood John M Rev 
219 Jones Jerome 

225 Sharpless Oscar A 

Culberson Intersects 

231 Thornton Charles J 

232 Carter L Fay 

234 Peek Benjamin H 

235 Brownlee George W 

238 Edwards Charles C 

239 Eastman John W H 

242 Craig Arthur A 

243 Hounson Elizabeth M Mrs 
247 Heyfron Patrick J 

Uawton Intersects 
250 Shay Timothy E 
254 Norris Ezekiel B 

259 Fuller Harry Hull 

260 Seal George H 

263 Gilbert William A 

264 Walker John W 

268 Bradford Oliver C Jr 
271 Roberts Carl G 

274 Landers John C 

275 Reeves Charles L 

276 Thompson Henry C 

278 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 

279 Stroud William S 

280 Rogers L W Co 
West End Place Ends 

286 Wheeler Elvin 

287 Gilbert William L 
290 Butler William T 

. 291 Head Thomas J Rev 
294 DeVore Ross A 

Dargan Ends 
298 Nisbet Joseph L 

300 Bragassa Florence E Mrs 

301 Cochran Starling B 

302 Foster Ella C Mrs 
305 Farr Horace E 

311 Fagan Edgar T 

312 Miller Marcus P 

315 Johnston Obie S 

316 Crane Robert P 

318 Gunter Emmett T 

319 Dunaway Benjamin L 
323 Thomas Alva A 



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324 Caldwell James C 

325 Upshaw William J Rev 

327 Mims May D Mrs 

Holderness Intersects 

328 Power Pearce J 
343 Beebe William L 
345 Vacant Sept 9, 1912 

347 Upshaw Eggleton N 

348 Billington John M 

349 Steiner Henry A 

350 Stansfield Sallie L Mrs 

351 Almand Alva F 
353 Stipe Leon L 

At wood Intersects 
356 Cason John F 
358 Coffey Arthur L 

364 Strong Walter W 

365 Farmer Victoria E Mrs 

366 Chamberlin Charles C 

367 Howard Isaiah C 
370 Harris Thomas C 

Hopkins Intersects 
374 Farmer James G 
376 Stamey Fernando C 
378 Green 

380 Seignious James M 
387 Kahrs Arnold N 



OAK, (Hills Park) 



OAK (Capitol View), from Dill 
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18 Jones Claud E 
21 Lyle Charles W 

25 Holder Samuel 

26 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
30 Speck John R Rev 
35 Johnson Solon 

39 Hooker Dewitt H 
44 Ragsdale James T 

55 Williams William A 

56 Awtry James M 
Gennessee Av Intersects 

57 Duke Charles A 
66 Jones A B Mrs 

Copeland Allen 

75 Davis William S 

76 Lee Claude B 

82 LeSuer Luther F 

85 Whitehead Thomas L 

89 Mitchell Farris A 

90 Hammond John D 
98 Terry Joseph T 

104 Shields James 

105 Hogue Hunter 



OAK (O C), changed to White 
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OAK, from C of Ga R R (oppo- 
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OAKDAI.E ROAD, Druid Hills 



OAK GROVE, (Cook's District), 
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its, 3 w of Ashbv, R F D No 5 
8 Whitfield Thomas 
40 Robinson Charles 
42 Hall George E 



OAK GROVE AV, from Flat 
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OAKHII.l. AV, from Lillian av s 
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43 Flury Alpheus A 
45 Jones James S 
47 Cheek Joseph L 
49 Hayes John W 
51 Roby Thomas J 
53 Cobb William E 
55 Flury Joseph H 
57 Maddox George A 



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Woodward av to Orleans, sew- 
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and Pavilion to Augusta av 
17 Dunning & Son Whse 
25 Washington Victoria (c) 
29 Hames Nathan (c) 
37 Atlanta Hosiery Mills 

Blggers Intersects 
53 Bradford Priscilla (c) 
55 Kendrick William T 
Hnnter Intersects 
Fair Intersects 

81 Bishop Henry A 
McCall Raymond A 

82 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

83 Britt John G 
Rice Mary A Mrs 

86 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

89 Dooly Jordan (c) 

90 Shields Wade L 

91 Kendall Joanna (c) 

93 Pate Evans J 

94 Russell J Robert 

95 Strickland Camelius 
99 Ainslie Annie Mrs 

Woodward Av Intersects 
118 Schelpert Charles F 
124 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 

126 Seymour Dock G 

127 Dyson William G 
129 Terry Lee L 

Deadwyler Thomas J 
Waldrop Mary V Mrs 

132 Manning John A 

133 Turner John W 
135 Hill James S 
137 Barry Andrew D 

148 Kattenhorn Mary T Mrs 

149 Bradley James M 

151 Dooley James V 

152 Berry James P 
156 Laeromarissino John N 

158 Miles Martin L 

159 Chupp James O 

161 Chupp James O 

Bryan Intersects 

162 Simmons Henry 

163 Engine House No 10 
172 Gordon H Kendrick 
175 Allen James M 

177 Callowav William J 

178 Henry Daniel D 

179 Lippman George H 
183 Bobo Redona H Mrs 
185 Raab John G 
187 Mitchell James W Dr 
190 Shippey John H 



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45 


Poss James A 


196 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 


49 


Odom William R Rev 


198 Tumlin Jasper M 


41 


Cabe West 


199 Hunerkopf Louis P 


53 


Ratterree Pinkney Y 


Glennwood Av Intersects 


55 


Ratterree James H 


210 Vacant Sept 19, 1912 








211 Castles Spratt W 


OGDEN, from W Fair n to Par- 


215 Gormley William M 


sons, 1 e of Ashby 


218 Folsom Eugene C 






219 Henderson Joseph M 


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220 Bell Jefferson T 


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225 Jernigan Paul B 


Gordon, paved with macadam 


Sydney Intersects 


from Lee to Peeples, sewerage 


226 Mabry George T 


and water from Lee to Grady 


230. Abernathy. Drucilla E Mrs 


Place 


235 Jessey Martha Mrs 


16 


Mims William J 


239 Cooper Matthew H 


17 


Shipp Walter A 


241. Peavy Charles O 


20 


Linsley Frank H 


244 Thrash Charles W 


21 


Tidwell Jennie Mrs 


246 Mullins Arthur L 


22 


Hambrick James H 


247 Patterson John H 


25 


Lipscomb William R 


250 Kadel, Clarence R 


27 


Dean Ida Mrs 


251 Plunkett John T 




Evans Intersects 


254 Deitch Max D 


29 


Bradley George H 


256 Robertson Robert B 


31 


Vacant Sept 11, 1912 


Orleans Av Intersects 


41 


Ramsey Sallie B Mrs 


261 Coker Edwin J 


43 


McCollum Joseph P 


262 Morrow Joseph R 


45 


Burpitt Wilber C 


267 Wallis J Mercer 


47 


Terrell William L 


271 Norris J 'Newman Dr 




Walker David W 


Milledge Av Intersects 


49 


Weaver James H 


301 Smith Louise Mrs 


50 


Kicklighter Charles J 


302 Camp Oscar T 


51 


Reeves William H 


304 Holbrook Isaac L 


53 


Wootan Berry M 


307 Dance James N 


54 


Martin Ulva R 


308 Mozley Eugene G 


55 


Vacant Sept 11, 1912 


312 Turner Henry M 


57 


Henderson Edwin C 


314 Battle Roger A 


59 


Photopoulos George 


315 Mayfield George W 


61 


Harris H Olim 


Glenn Intersects 


68 


Birdsong Ira W Dr 


Pavilion Intersects 




Ashby Intersects 


375 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 


85 


Rooker John M 


376 Arnold Garnett A 


87 


Satterfleld L Corput 


378 Young Leroy P 


91 


Johnson Albert A 


380 Tuttle Jerrv C 


95 


Jones Elmer M 


383 MacEwen Harry L 


99 


Nix Mahulda E Mrs 


384 Greenman A H 


101 


Burpitt William B 


385 Cronin Frank N 


103 


Jackson William H 


389 Allen William H 


105 


Young James M 


390 Verner Mac Tier 


107 


Tracy Nathan W 


Bass Intersects 




Gordon Place Ends 


391 Butler Thomas C Jr 


111 


Vacant Nov 10, 1911 


392 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 




Azalia Begins 


393 Gable George E 


112 


Barker Charles D 


395 Boling Aubrey E 


115 


Winn Algie L 


396 Calloway Thomas C 


119 


Hammond George W 


397 Cozart Margaret 


124 


Vacant Sept 10. 1912 


399 Black Thomas J 


126 


Archer E Clyde 


400 Gable Rudolph W 


130 


Pound John W 


401 Posey Benjamin F 


132 


Carder William 


402 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 


133 


Womack Samuel J 


404 Jemison Richard S 




Peeples Intersects 


406 Cribb Mary J Mrs 


153 


Harwell Robert L 


410 Jenkins John B 


155 


Branch Thomas B 




160 

164 


Phillips William S 
Williams Eugene C 


OAK SHADE, address mail "At- 


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166 


Kemp J Richard 




167 
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Butts Joel W Rev- 
Fell Thomas E 


OAK VIEW (Decatur), on S De- 


catur car line 


170 


Burke Charles W 




171 
172 


Cheshire Edward L 
Barton James B 


OCMUI/GEE, from 117 Wells s to 


32 Glenn, 1 n of Sou Ry, sew- 


174 


Bauknight Luther S 


eragre from Whitehall to Glenn 


175 


McEachern Frederick N 


37 Harrison Ernest 


179 


Tumlin Virgil M 


39 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 


185 


Beeland Charles D 


41 Garner Samuel N 


189 


Chiles John C 


43 Rogers I Clinton 


205 


Milam James C 



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Fowler Byron C 
Anderson William 
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OI,D WHEAT, from 187 Bell e to 
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water from Bell to Fort 

7 Smith James (c) 

9 Chapman Henry (c) 

10 Weems Annie (c) 

11 Reid Alonzo (c) 
11-A Hill Janie (c) 

12 Holt Annie (c) 

14 Sears David (c) 

15 Bibbs Elijah (c) 

16 Jefferson Willis (c) 
18 Kilgo Elisha (c) 
18-A Griffin Stephen (c) 
20 Holt Murrell (c) 

22 Broughton Willie (c) 
22-A Burdett Magnolia (c) 
24 Towns Cintha (c) 
28-A Solomon Amos (c) 
29 Burwell Blanche (c) 
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34 Hudson David (c) 

36 Eberhardt George (c) 

37 Hardin James (c) 

38 Bonner Hampton (c) 
40 Scott Cicero (c) 

42 Wilson Margaret 

43 Johnson James (c) 

44 Jones Mary (c) 

46 Jones William (c) 
48-A Dorsey Laura (c) 
48-B Stegers Lorenzo (c) 
.">2 Hutchins Laura (c) 
■">•". Rutler Joseph (c) 

54 W'ilkes Frank (c) 

55 Sadler Alice (c) 

"i7 Vacant Sept 4. 1912 
59 Boxtail Benjamin (c) 
Hilliard Interneel* 
63 Herndon Henry (c) 
65 Fuller Boston H (ct 

67 Griggs Mary (c) 

68 Gates Sunny (c) 

69 Harris Lucy (c) 

70 Patterson Mary fc) 

71 Jones Jordan 

72 Echols Nannie (c) 



73 Laydell Emma (c) , 

74 Partee John ici 

75 Linton Lucy (c) 

76 Pressley Emma (c). . - 
76-A Knight David (c) 
7 7 Lee Eugene (o 

78 Brinkley Dee <c) 

79 Moody Anthony (c) 

79 y, Dudly Joseph (c) 

80 Fletcher Lena <c) 

81 Kilgore William (c) 

82 Durden Richard (c) 

83 Burdett Charity (c) 

84 Griggs General (c) 
86 Truitt Mattie (c) 

H8 Henderson Olander (c) 
90 Byers Russell (c) 
92 Downs Joseph (c) 
94 Boddin Clifford (c) 
96 Smith Silvey (c) 
98 Gates Mack (c) 
100 Collins Lewis (c) 

102 Isaac John (c) 

103 Johnson Charles B. (c) 

104 Reese Thomas (c) 

105 Burd Gains (c) 

105 y. Shank Jordan (c) 
107 Morton Eugene (c) 

Jackxon Intersect** 
117-A Reeve Michael D (c) 
117-B Dukes Jessie (c) 
119- A Wilson George (c) 
119-B Rolland Julia (c) - 
123-A Walker Laura (e>- 
123-B Mabson Anna (c) 

125 Long Annie (c) 

126 Owens William D 

127 Freeman Lucius (c) 
129 Reynolds Annie (c) • 
131 Smith Amaziah P (c) 
141 Hill Dock (c) 

143 Brown Thomas (c) 
145 Collins Henry (c) 
151 Tard Mary (c) 
153 Johnson Walter (c) 
155 Gaines William F (c) 
159 Dixon Charles L 

Boulevard Av Intersects 

170 Huff Adelia (c) 

171 Vacant Oct 14, 1912 
171 -A Vacant Sept 25. 1912 

172 Raines Joshua H (c) 

173 Morris Priscilla (c) 
175 Moses Oscar (c) 
175-A Patterson John <c) 
178 Wilson Matthew (o 
180 Simmons William J »ci 
184 Ware Margie (c) 

HoR-ue Intersects 
186 Chancey Peter (c) 
190 Stewart Nancy (c) 
192 Holly Mattie Sue <e> 
194 Thompson Robert (c) 
196 Vacant Sept 21. 1912 
200 Jones John (c) 
202 Hightower John (c) 

Howell Intersects 
212 Connally James O <ei 
216 Widmon Lizzie (c) 
218 Connally James O hi 
220 Anderson George <o 
222 Evans Hardv E (c) 
235 Strother West (c) 
237 Marshall Kittie (c) 
246 Reid Abraham (c) 




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OLIVER, from Ga R R to Kirk- 
wood, changed to Kinyon 
9 Pettis Jane E Mrs 
8 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
10 Foster John H 

YVylle Intersects 
16 Ransom Nick T 
18 Dorsey Thomas (c) 
22 Hunter Anderson (c) 
25 Thomas John J 
30 Walton Samuel (c) 
32 Teasley Ed (c) 
36 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

40 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

41 Pritchett Frank (c) 

44 Williams Willis J Rev (c) 

46 Adams James (c) 

50 Glass Emma (c) 

52 Jackson David (c) 

54 Curry George E (c) 

78 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

80 Hammond Jane (c) 

Kendrick Nathaniel (c) 
82 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 
84 Benson George (c) 
86 Davis John H (c) 



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OLIVER (also called Conley), 
from 596 Simpson N to Exposi- 
tion Mills, 2 e of Ashby, «ew- 
eragre Simpson to Neal 
1 Windsor Robert D 
3 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
3-A Vacant Sept 16, 1912 

Neal Intersects 
5 Gilbert Joseph 
7 Head William H 
9 Towns Creed M 

10 Escoe Joseph 

11 Holdbrook Thomas M 

12 Smith William P 

19 Smith Robert W 
Huff Horace 

20 West James N 

Jett Intersects 

21 Huff Horace E 

22 Harris Henry T 

24 Belcher John S 

25 Fair J Herman 
31 Garner Charles R 

42 VerHine Mary J Mrs 
46 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

West Begins 
58 Clayton Mary (c) 
60 Stribling Charles (c) 
72 King Lewis (c) 

Pelham Intersects 
103 Wilson Henry E 
105 Poss Robert 

Jefferson Intersects 
107 Gray William R 
109 Youngberg Charles 
Pox Intersects 
125 Elliott Joel L 
127 McNabb David A 

Bellwood Av Intersects 

132 Chatman Thomas G 

133 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

134 Crane George N 

136 Hunter Margaret P Mrs 
138 Wood Patrick 
140 Dennis Lenton 

Wheeler Intersects 
148 Kennington William W 
152 Cragin Elijah 

A B & A R R Intersects 
214 Kelley James M 



OLIVER'S ALLEY, from W Fair 
e to Larkin, 1 w of Chapel 



OLLIE, from W Hunter n to 
Mayson and Turner av, 1 w of 
Ashby 

OLLINGER WAY, from E Linden 
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ONTARIO AV, from 667 Gordon 
nr Cascade av, s to Westwood 
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2 Manning Frank J 

4 McNeely Aaron T 

5 Widdows James M 

6 Wood Solomon S 
12 Christian John M 
36 Hill James M 

40 Bowen John H Dr 
44 Mitchell William W 

52 Ashworth Carl C 

53 Allen William H 

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5 Shelton John R 

7 Ector Benjamin W 
7 Bone W H 



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1 Norton Joseph B 

3 Florence John S 

7 Cartledge James L 

9 Brittain Ida Mrs 
11 Kuebler Carl A 
19 Branning George O 
22 Clark Pearl Miss 
26 Oliver James A 

28 Marks Theodore O 

29 Nail Anna A Mrs 

30 Akridge Pearl Mrs 

31 Wilson Emerald J 

33 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 
35 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

40 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

41 Suttles Isaac (c) 
44 Hudson Lula (c) 

50 Williams Frank (c) 
52 Gay Nathan (c) 
54 Hill Nora (c) 
56 Jones Margaret (c) 

60 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

61 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

62 Thomas Edward (c) 

63 Brown Pearl (c) 

64 Sherman Lizzie (c) 
64% Lowe William (c) 

65 Crawford Carrie (c) 

66 Davis Robert (c) 

67 Pearson Annie (c) 

Hood Intersects 

87 Jackson F Howard 

88 Jackson E Fulton 

90 Summers Katherine Mrs 

91 White Joseph F 

92 Wethington William A 

95 Medlin Henry W 

96 Vacant Sept 16, 1912 
100 Bowles Charles H 
104 Gillette Jerome L 



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to Lovejoy, 1 n of W Merritts 
av, water from Fowler to Ven- 
able 

21 Dobbs James E 
23 Williams W Robert 
25 Clyburn Henry R 
27 Bullard Miles M 
40 Lockley James M 



ORGAN, near Expo Cotton Mills 



ORLANDO, from Jett n to Pel- 
ham, 2 w of Ashby 



ORLEANS, from 225 Hill e to 
Cherokee av, 2 n of Glenn, 
sewerage and water from 
Grant to Cherokee av 

36 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 

37 Haralson Lee Mrs 

Broyles Intersects 

38 Engram Horace L 

40 Dennis Scott 

41 Newborn Thomas L 
43 Poulson Clifford H 

Grant Intersects 
47 White Miller M 
49 White Miller M 
68 Terry Victor C 
71 Hutcheson James E 
73 Busbee James T 

Oakland Av Intersects 
76 Cauthen Charles B 
80 Wardlow Evelyn Mrs 

McNeer Valentine 
84 Bisoner Samuel B 
88 Ivey Herschel 
98 Carter Hattie B Mrs 
100 Gatlin Charles C 



ORME, from 105 W Cain n to 
limits, 1 w of Williams, paved 
with granite blocks from Cain 
to Mills, sewerage from Cain 
to Sixth, water from Cain to 
Pine 
9 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

11 Drennan Charles I 

12 Garner William J 

13 Schwartz Aaron J 

14 Grogan W Anderson 

15 Salter Lida J Mrs 

17 Harris Andrew 

18 Richardson John B 

20 Cheves Daniel S 

21 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 
23 Vacant Sept 25, 191.2 
27 Hayiifs .) Oscar 

31 Wilkinson Virginia A Mrs 
Harris Intersect* 

41 Hawley Edgar L Dr 

42 Oauley Lee Roy 

46 Fasler Pauline Mrs 

50 Farmer Thomas W 

51 Ellington Carl H 
53 Vernon Edgar E 

64 Watson William I 

57 McDonnald Francis C 

61 Paul Benjamin L 

63 Taylor Abraham H S 

65 Edwards Robert A 

Baker Intersects 

71 Wah Sing 

72 Marcus Madison C 
72-A Vacant Sept 30, 1912 

73 Sullivan Thomas M 

74 Jennings Henry G 



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74-A Bowden Bessie Mrs 

75 Murdough Annie M Miss 

76 Nash James M 

77 Bryan Andrew E 

79 Vacant Sept 25, 1912 

80 Bell John D 

81 Oattis Henry W 
83 Lorris Walter R 

Simpson Intersects 
Powers Intersects 
118 Moore Annie (c) 

Alexander Intersects 
125 Jackson Lizzie (c) 
127 Akers Charles (c) 
129 McHaley Ernest (c) 
131 Holcomb John (c) 
133 Watts Henrietta (c) 
135 Tigner Kitty (c) 
137 Harris Richard (c) 
139 Allen Delah (c) 
141 Snow Lula (c) 

Mills Intersects 
143 Willson John O 
145 Frazier Ida (c) 

148 Buggs Martin L (c) 

149 Lowe Mary (c) 
150-60 May Joseph & Sons 
151 Williams. Minnie (c) 
153 Gates Cora (c) 

162 Brown John (c) 

164 McWhorter Frances (c) 

166 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
168 Brady Dora (c) 

167 Moraine Elizabeth (c) 

Parker Intersects 

170 Beard John (c) 
170-A Barnett James (c) 

171 Fulton George (c) 
172-A Garrett George (c) 
172-B Oglesby Walter (c) 
173 Buggs Martin L (c) 
174-A Hunter Lina (c) 
174-B Hardeman Clark (c) 

175 Thomas Peter (c) 

176 Henderson Martha (c) 
176-A Lee Ida (c) 

177 Neal Samuel (c) 

178 Greenhut Meyer M 

179 Crutchfleld Minnie (c) 

Hnnnicutt Intersects 

180 Bailey Mary (c) 
182-A Smith Lee (c) 
182-B Watson Ellis (c) 
186 Simmons Mollie (c) 

188 Dickson Ella (c) 

189 Gunnell Winnie (c) 

190 Martin Mildred (c) 

191 Lynn Mary (c) 

193 Heard Willis (c) 

194 Smith Mattie (c) 

195 Springfield Bap Church (c) 

196 Hicks Thomas (c) 

198 Hinton Arthur (c) 

199 King Thomas (c) 

200 Williams Thomas (c) 

201 Stephens Homer (c) 
203-A Little Julia (c) 
203-B Leonard Mary (c) 

Pine Intersects 
211-A Ison 'Julia (c) 
211-B Parham Allen (c) 
213-A Thomas Melvin (c) 
213-B Thorpe Arthur (c) 
Merritts Av Intersects 

214 Gibson John (c) 
214-A Swann Lola (c) 

215 Vacant Sept 11 1912 

216 Shaw Edgar (c) 



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E — Cont'd 
A Scott Mattie (c) 
Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
King Henry (c) 
Munroe Martha (c) 
Johnson Sallie (c) 
Patton Mary (c) 
Johnson Lizzie (c) 
Vacant Sept 11. 1912 
Hicks George (c) 
Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
A Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
Elligan Henry (c) 
Brown Priscilla (c) 
Dougherty Annie (c) 
Robinson William (c) 
Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
Mitchell Zola (c) 

Linden Av Intersect.* 
Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
Vacant Sept 11 1912 
Thompson Daniel (c) 
Paris Bell (c) 
Vacant Sept 9, 1912 




ORMEWOOD AV, from 528 S 
Boulevard e to S Moreland av, 
paved with chert throughout, 
sewerage from Rosedale av to 
Belt Line Ry 

5 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 

6 Ashby Walter Q 
11 Horton James J 

14 Norrell Lily M Dr 

15 Turner Augustus D 

16 Hayes Milton 

22 Gerlach George L 
24 Wales John F 
26 Ellington William: B 
29 Fowler Milton A 
Miller James P 

31 Stanton Pleasant S 

32 Shugart Edward D 
Earnest George H 

36 David Robert T 
51 Loftis William S 
55 White Charles C 

62 Greer Stephen A 

63 Clay Green F 

64 Ritner Marshal C 

65 East Atlanta Laundry 
91 Ponder Spears T 

97 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
102 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
106 Hicks Anderson 
108 Higdon John F 



ORMEWOOD PARK, on Soldiers" 
Home car line 



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ORMEWOOD ROAD, from S 
Moreland av e to Flat Shoals 
road, continuation of Orme- 
wood av 



ORMOND. from 424 Windsor e to 
Cherokee av, 4 s of Georgia av, 
paved with Macadam from 
Pryor to Washington, sewer- 
age from Connally to Cherokee 
av, water from Pryor to Pul- 
liam, Crew to Fraser and Hill 
to Cherokee av 
6 Busby Frank 

13 Parker John L 

14 Weekley Charles H 
17 Moore Herschel B 
19 Connolly John F 



Pulliam Intersects 

36 Chandier Harbin S 
38 Brisendine Joel E 
41 Varnedoe Louis C 
45 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 
Washington Intersects 

70 Robert Charles S 

71 Apperson Lawrence L 

77 Tomlinson John P 

78 Nicholson Charles L 

80 Ficken William C 

81 Griffin Nichols 

84 Burlingham James H 

85 Flynn James J 

88 McPherson Hugh 

89 Marshall Horace E 

90 Bowers Louis O 

Crew Intersects 

91 Campbell James B 

92 Cruselle Arthur B 
95 Douthit Maxwell H 

98 Osburn Joseph J 

99 Walker Thomas Z 
100 McMurray W Thomas 

102 Davis Elijah F 

103 Bragg E Eugene Dr 

104 Cantrell J Ceasar 
109 Weems Andrew W 
113 McAllage James 

Capitol Av Intersects 

140 Burton William J 

141 Marlin Frank E 
142-A Westcott Sarah Mrs 
142-B Vacant Sept 30, 1912 
143 Tavlor W Edward 

145 Vacant Sept 30, 1912 

146 Schnuck George J 

147 Shumate Luther E 

148 Cornett George T 

149 Vacant Oct 11, 1912 
150, Helms James R 

151 Martin William R 

152 Tarrant George L 

153 Kilgore Willis C 

Fraser Intersects 

154 Pierce Raymond E 

155 Burton William J 

156 Bloss Albert G 
158 Nichols John F 
160 Porter Garrett 
163 Ross Ralph W 
167 Gill M Aiex 
175 Conn Green 

184 Gantt F William 
188 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
201 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
Martin Intersects 
Connally Intersects 

279 Percell James M 

280 Williams Thomas E 

281 Sweeney George C 

282 Black John R 

285 Hardman Lewis A 

286 Walker Andrew A 

289 Woodbury Margie Mrs 

290 Campbell Annie Mrs 
292 Eason John J 

294 Pittman James E 
298 Vacant Sept 14, 1912 
302 Fairman Richard D 
Garden Intersects 
306 Arthur Edward L 

309 Mann Thomas M 

310 Carruthers William R 

316 Lindsay Maxwell 

317 Haile Ernest 

320 Henderson William T 
324 William A Newport 



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328 Howard Benjamin H 

330 McNair David G 

331 Kennon Thomas H 

335 February J Gay 

336 Meiere Samuel L 

Hill I MltTWI-ls 

337 Archer Walter S 

339 Puckett Walter C 

340 Belcher James E 

343 Sykes Charles N 

344 Smith Floyd A 

347 Gardner Walter N 

348 Wynne William C 

352 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

353 Reaves Henry W 

355 Roberts Paul G 

356 Donehoo Orris 

359 Head John 

360 Lounius Thomas C 

363 Stewart Shaw 

364 Dixon Lillian Mrs 

367 Maclver Arthur F 

368 Browning- James T 
374 Vacant Sept 17, 1912 

376 Christian Nettie Mrs 

377 Hunter Freeman J 

Grant Intersects 
380 Boyd Leonard C 
385 Doyal Paul M 
387 Black Frank W 

390 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

391 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

392 Hoge E Herman 

393 Caldwell Addie Miss 

395 Clower James W 

396 Walton Hugh G 

397 Sloan Walter J 

398 Bishop Burtus 

401 Fanning Emma Mrs 

404 Quinn Harry W 

405 Adamson Edgar L 

408 Hadley Adjer V 

409 Lockridge Mandy Mrs 
412 Ridgely Herbert W 

Rawlins Begins 

415 Stonecypher Ira L 

416 Little Irvin P 
419 Cochran Elias A 

422 Faller Edward F 

423 McRee James R 

426 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 

427 Reaves Horace W 

428 Mathieu Justin B 

429 Davis Henry W 



ORR, from Majestic av w 
Chestnut, 1 s of Simpson 



to 



OSBORNE (O C). from McPher- 
son av e to Fulton Boulevard 



OSSIPE, from Passaic e to Sou 
Ry, 1 n of Fortune 



OTTLEY STATION, 9 miles n on 
Sou Ry 



OWEN'S ALLEY, from Smith e 
to Ira. 1 n of Richardson 



OWEN'S PLACE, from 173 How- 
ell e 



OWEN'S ROW. from Humphries 
s w to Hollins, 1 s e of High- 
tower 



oxford AV, from Guyton w to 
Ponder av, 1 n of Marietta 

11 McEwen Liddie M Mr« 

12 Brown William T 

13 Bruce William 

15 Reinhardt W Hoyle 

17 Smith William T 

18 Jackson William E 



OXFORD PLACE, (Kirkwood) 
near Candler Station 



OZALIA, from 107 Oglethorpe av 
s one block 



PACE'S FERRY ROAD, from 
Peachtree rd at Buckhead n w, 
address mail "Atlanta R F D 6" 



PACKARD, from 184 Madison w 
to Central of Ga R R, 2 n of 
W Fair 
1 Akers Frank P H 
6 Petty Maggie (c) 
10 Mobley Carrie (c) 



PAGE, from McLendon to Euclid 
1 w of Clifton 



PAINE AV (also known as 
Franklin St), from 600 Simp- 
son n to Pelham, 2 w of Chest- 
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PALMETTO AV, from 171 Ashby 
w, 3 s of W Hunter 



PANOLA, from Ponce de Leon 
av s to North av. 1 e of Kear- 
sarge av 



PARK, from 441 Peters w to 130 
Ashby, asphalt from Peters to 
Lee, macadam from Lee to 
Ashby, sewerage and water 
throughout 

6 Brandon Green H 
12 Jones Jesse W 

18 Lovelace Thomas A 

19 Christian Lucy T Mrs 

20 McGahee T Frank 
23 Leroux Jules W 

25 Vacant Sept 10, 1912 
27 Baskin Alcimus H Dr 

30 Sewell James S 

31 Cayce Shy H 

33 Beck Laura A Mrs 

Hammond Begins 
42 Massengale St Elmo 
46 White John C Dr 

56 Stephens James M 

57 Park St Methodist Church 

Lee Intersects 
61 Longino Thomas' D Dr 
65 Carlisle James A 
69 Eubanks Charles 
73 Broyles Robert A 

77 Christian Richard A 

78 Downing Harvey B 
80 Huff Henrv T 

82 Vacant Sept 13, 1912 

83 Davies Marvin M 

86 Hollis R Lee 

87 Farrell James 

88 Howard Jennie N 



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Atlanta 1744 



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PARK — Cont'd 

90 Seay W Fred 

91 Dawson Edmond H 

92 Bussey Edward H 
94 Small Dempsey A 

105 Weathers Irene Mrs 

106 Braswell David M 
117 Medlock William A 

109 Crusselle Guy H 

110 Kurfees Jesse L 

114 Collier James E 

115 Wells Charles H 

120 Dawson Homer 

121 Thomas Elzie B Dr 

122 Kenny Robert M 
126 Norman Alma P 
130 McBride William J 



PARK AV, from 175 E Fair s to 
L P Grant Park, 1 w of S 
Boulevard, paved with maca- 
dam, sewerage and water from 
Woodward av to Berne 

1 Denman Andrew 

5 Sanders Joseph T 

9 Franks Clark M 
11 Owens William P 
15 White Charles P 

Woodward Av Intersects 
28 Vacant Sept 5, 1912 
36 Flynn Daniel 
40 Allan John T 

44 Asbury Claud L 

45 Pritchett Robert J 

48 Harding Wade P 

49 Ennis John T 

52 Goodman W Asbury 

53 Bostwick Lily Mrs 

56 Smith Marion L 

57 Crossland John B 

61 Hamilton William T 

64 Garwood Sydney A 

65 Quillian Willard E Dr 

66 Almond Hayden C 

75 Wadsworth Willard W 

Bryan Intersects 

76 Hollingsworth W Moses 
79 Johnson Leander M 

81 Thrower James K 

82 Gant John D 

85 Dunn William E 

86 Pierce. Julius C 

89 Suttles John N 

90 Rowland Donald A 
92 Burnett Richard A 

96 Stone Robert E Dr 

97 Aven Carl C Dr 

100 Wray Julius W 

Glennwood Intersects 

101 Starnes John W 

105 Moore John L 

106 DeLaney Missouri 

108 Roberts James R 

109 Wright Marshall J 



12 Campbell John A 
14 Hall Frank L 

16 Anderson Reuben B 

17 McWilliams Sarah J Mrs 

18 Baker James H 

19 Few James M 

21 Berry William H 
25 Martin D Oscar 

29 Maddox Edward Q 

30 Conway Marvin 

33 Hicks James A 

34 Rosecrans Edwin H 

37 Powell James L 

38 Trussell Edgar C 
42 Ash Thomas J 

48 White John W 
50 Savage Marion W 
Greene Forrest 

Sydney Intersects 
54 Lee Frederick H 
60 Hill Frank 
62 Sudderth Leonard 
66 Vacant Sept 6, 1912 
76 Gartrell Augustus B 
80 Toepel Theodore Dr 

Hansell Begins 
82 Woodward Monroe S 
86 Wilson L Fay 
90 Summeral William B 
202 Adkins George B 
204 Heery Clarence W 
206 Gay John E 

Dabney Begins 
220 Minor Jones A 
224 Yarbrough Benjamin F 
230 Dodge William R 
234 Brown Benjamin W 
236 Morris Mary Mrs 
242 Osmer Ella Mrs 
246 Dorella Joseph P 
252 Torian Robertson T 



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PARK, Westwood Park, near 
West View Cemetery 



PARK LANE, from Edgewood av 
to Waverly Way, 1 w of Eliza- 
beth, Inman Park, sewerage 

throughout 



PARK LANE, from Piedmont av 
n to Maddox Drive, Ansley 
Park 

10 Choate Herbert E 
14 Seawright William C 
?6 Stone Snencer R Dr 
35 Troadwell William E 
37 Vacant Sept 7, 1912 
45 Mansfield Eston S 
52 Haygood William A 
56 Hill Frank H 



PARK PLACE, from 20 Pavillion 
s to Augusta av, 1 e of Grant 



PARKER, from 108 West Peach- 
tree w to McAfee, 1 s of Hun- 
nicutt 

12 McNabb Astor W 
15 Jung Joseph 

Scott Intersects 
17 Harralson R Elizabeth Mrs 
19 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 
23 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 
25 Vacant Sept 24. 1912 
27 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 



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29 Vacant Sept 24, 1912 
Spring: InterxfcU 

41 Jones Lizzie (c) 

42 Green Lula (c) 
45 Duncan Julia (c) 

47 Duncan Lucy (c) 

48 Daniel Alice (c) 

49 Harper Rena (c) 

51 Marshall George (c) 

55 Matlock Martha (c) 

56 Thompson Helen (c) 

57 Davis Lizzie (c) 

58 Hightower Edward (c) 

Williams Intersects 
64 Lewis Celia (c) 

68 Collins Hannah (c) 

69 Williams Ollie (c) 

70 Coffer Sallie (c) 

71 Atkins Sumter (c) 

73 Justice Maggie (c) 

74 Reese Julia (c) 

76 Thompson Ike (c) 

77 Williams Annie (c) 

78 Moore Mary (c) 

79 Jones Paul (c) 
81-A Johnson John (c) 
81-B Branch Fannie (c) 
83-A Porter Thomas (c) 
83-B Lawson Adeline 
85-A Butler Emma (c) 
85-B Gordon Julia (c) 

Ornie Intersects 
89 Howard Carrie (c) 
91 Jones Carrie (c) 
93 Hope Maggie (c) 
95 Jackson James T (c) 
97 Brelove Miles (c) 



PARKSIDE DRIVE (Peachtree 
Heights) 



PARKSIDE ROAD (Edgewood), 
continuation of Colquit Circle 
av, from McLendon n beyond 
limits 



PARSONS, from 54 Walnut w to 
Ashby, 3 n of W Fair, sewer- 
age from Walnut to Elm 
1 Simmons James (c) 
8 Bankston Maggie (c) 
12 Oliver Reuben (c) 
14 Knight Lizzie (c) 
16 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
18 Bruce Lucy (c) 

20 Colquitt Morgan (c) 

21 Hall John (c) 
23 Simon John (c) 

26 Evans William E (c) 

27 Andrews Emmett (c) 

28 Hamby Clem (c) 
30 Butler John E (c) 

37 Jones Frank (c) 

38 Williams Missouri (c) 
40 Jones Frank (c) 

42 Read Ernest (c) 

43 Brown Lula (c) 

44 Odom Delia (c) 

45 Ware James L (c) 

47 Berry Laura (c) 

48 Thpmas John (c) 
52 Wood Warren (c) 

Elm Intersects 
75 Vacant Sept 12, 1912 
77 Parks Sanders (c) 

79 Stephens Lemon (c) 

80 Hestley John 

Ficken Interests 



81 Green Millard (c> 
83 Martin Samuel (c) 

140 Watkins Jordan E (c) 

142 Johnson Robert N (c) 
Chestnut Intersects 

145 Payton Wade (c) 

Domy Intersects 

149 Conn Lewis S (c) 

152 Davis Jack (c) 

154 Davis John (c) 

156 Johnson Charles (c) 

158 Taylor Alonzo (c) 

159 Dunn Samuel (c) 

160 Sullivan William (c) 

Milton Intersects 
162 Bufford Julia (c) 
164 Hill Thomas (c) 
166 Toston Jennie (c) 
168 Wilson Robert (c) 
196 Starks Joseph (c) 

Webster Intersects 
202 Howard Annie (c) 
204 Odom Jack (c) 

206 Deercott Sylvia (c) 

207 Collins James (c) 

208 Grier Mollie (c) 

210 Johnson Sallie (c) 

211 White Thomas (c) 

212 Ward Mattie (c) 
216 Jones Benjamin (c) 
218 Lamar Harry (c) 
222 Newby Jesse (c) 



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PATTERSON AV, from McPher 



son av s to Glennwood av 
of S Moreland av 

19 Hargrove Charles W 

20 Patterson James M 
24 Vacant Sept 11, 1912 
28 Reagin Frank 

32 Cassell John W 

Metropolitan Av Intersects 
65 Clay Claude A 



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PATTILLO (Decatur), on N De- 
catur car line 



PAUSE, from 76 E 14th n to 15th 
1 e of Peachtree 



PAVILION, from 361 Grant e to 
Cherokee av and w to 350 Hill. 
1 s of Georgia av, sewerage 
Grant to Cherokee av 

Going East 
14 Womack James E 
16 McKinley Jesse R 
19 Seay Harry P 

31 Tew John W 
Oakland Av Intersects 

32 Sommer Everett 

39 Harmon James- T 

40 Tucker John A 

44 Deckner Frederick G 

Viola Intersects 
57 Hardwick Laurie 
59 Clark William E 
Going West 

14 Spinks Luther S 

15 Hull Charles R 

18 Hall John H 

19 Snow George B 

22 Archer Calvin C 

23 Moore Thomas R 



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PAVILION — Cont'd 
27 Hunt Samuel F 
31 Cochran Walter L 



ELECTRIC 

WIRING 
INSTALLING 

CONTRACTING 
REPAIRING 




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EDGE- 
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PHONES: 

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PEACHTREE, from W & A R R 
tracks at Viaduct, n beyond 
limits, forming e and w divid- 
ing line to 274 or junction of 
W Peachtree, paved with as- 
phalt from Whitehall to 6th, 
macadam 6th to Buckhead, 
sewerage Wall to Walton, Au- 
burn fev to James, Pine to Mer- 
ritts av, water Whitehall to 
Buckhead 
% N C & St L Ry 

Georgia R R 

Western & Atlantic Ry Co 
Viaduct Place Intersects 

1 Southern Railway 
Barker Benjamin S 

2 Baltimore Dairy Lunch 
2% Greenfield J Buford 

4 Louisville & Nashville R R 

6 Hartman Enos S 

7 Peters Building 

Lobby Lagomarsino Chester J 
Rooms 

201 Burke & Carrier 
Jamison & Hollowell 
Atlanta Sand.& Supply Co 
Watson-Collins Trans Co 

202 Brightwell William A 
203-4 Upchurch Wilburn A Dr 

Clarke Lee B Dr 

205 Herrington Alex P 

206 Texas & Pacific Ry 

207 Sharp Winfield B Dr 
208-9 Mitchell E M & G F 
210-12 Randall Bros 

213-14 Jackson John B, C H & 

D R R 
214 Maddox Samuel T 
215-16 Johnson & Young 
217-18 Wesley T C & Paul 

219 Sou Green Slate Co 
Jones Slate Roofing Co 

220 Burke & Carrier 

301 Lewis W M 
Schaul Henry H 

302 Mass Mutual Life Ins Co 

303 Hall Bros 

304 Rose Realty Co 
Rose & Kerlin 
Keystone Construction Co 

305 Wilburn Leila Ross Miss 

306 Mahohey J P & Co 
Brownlee J M Realty Co 

307 Crowley Realty Co 

308 Sullivan S W & Son 
Sullivan H H & Bro 

309-11 Moore & Branch 

White A Watson 

Corbett Alphia C 
312 Dobbins J W & Co 

Whisenant John H 
313-14 James William A 
315-16 Gower & Faver 

317 Cooper Construction Co 
Morrison A D 
Bartlett Walter 

318 Peacock Edward H 
Harriett Hawkes Ind Home 

319 Adams C L & Bro 

320 Abernathy R M & Co 
Whitworth R E L 
Krouse Harry 



401 Trayham W L 

402 Amer Central Life Ins Co 
Bond George R 
Langford Clarence A 

403 Church Robert E 

404 Culberson Hubert D 
Broom Alfred C 

405 Alabama Fidelity & Cas Co 
Buchanan Thomas J 
Adams & Austin 

406 Pendleton Henry C 
Brown Isham N 

407 Sanders L B Lumber Co 
408-9 U S Hlth & Accdt Ins Co 
410 11 Gleaton John S 

Stephens Alexander W 
412 Standard Coal Co 
413-14 Young & Goodroe 
415-16 Pattillo Lumber Co 
417 Knott James J Dr 

419 Hudson B E 
Parker E E 

420 Whaley William H 

501 McKinnon George M 
Holland W Sid 
McCall H L 

502 Winn Edward L 
Rogers Charles B 

503 Woodmen of the World 
504-5 Quillian & Quillian 

506 Farmers Gin Com & Cot Co 
Cobbs Hardin L 

507 Simmons T H Realty Co 
508-9 Smith Peter F 

Bovard Clara L Mrs 
510-12 Pacific Mut Life Ins Co 

Johnson A J & Co 
513-14 Sou Ry Land & Ind Dept 
515-16 Tindall & Silverman 
517-20 McElreath Walter 

Watson James A Jr 

Scott Thomas H 
601-03 McRae Floyd W Dr 

Collier T J Dr 
604-06 Chrichton Logan M Dr 
607 Rice Frank P 
608-09 Ison R D Co 
610-11 Peters Land Co 

Office of Building 
612-14 Paullin J Edgar 

615 Heifner Frank P 

616 Mott J L Iron Works 

617 Ware L Pearl Miss 
Evans S P 

618 Ware L Pearl Miss 
700 Jarvis Clarence M 
701-20 Simmons & Simmons 
704-06 Hardin L Sage Dr 

Baird James B Dr 
707 Marshburn Walter O 
708-12 Smith & Hastings 

Smith Hoke 

Ransome Ronald 
714 Harris Thomas L 
715-16 Dozier Henrietta C Miss 
Peachtree Continued 

8 Walk-Over Shoe Shop 

9 Hayes Bros 

10 Guarantee Clothing Co 

11 Douglas W D Shoe Gp 

13 Gilbert Shoe Co 

14 Fourth National Bank Bldg 
Lobby Independent Cigar Co 

Atlanta Soda Co 
Rooms 
201-3 Sims Roff & Co 
204-6 Winn Dean F 



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Jones Edward G 

Wagnon Burt H 
209-15 Penn Mutual Life Ins Co 
218 Remington Arms Co 

Union Metallic Cartridge Co 
301-2 National Discount Co 
303-4 Simpson & Harper 

305 Franks Clark M 
Eady Thomas J 

306 King Andrew R 

307 Monon Route 

Chicago, Ind & Louis R R 
309-11 Lowe E E Co 

308 Missouri Pacific Ry 

St Louis, Iron Mt & Sou Ry 
309-11 Lowe E E Co 
312-14 Dennison Mfg Co 
315-16 American Sales Co 

Arnold E Zachery 

Whitaker Paper Co 
317 Hardwick James O 
318-19 Dallas Simeon L 
320 Phelan M Graham 
401-5 Central of Ga Ry 
406 Mobile & Ohio R R 
409-15 Union Central Lf Ins Co 
416 Daniel Cornelius J 

Hazlewood William P 

North Frank G 
417-18 Amer Special Sales Co 
419-20 Davies L M & Co 
501 National Metal Molding Co 
502-4 Merch & Miners Trans Co 
505-6 Blickensderfer Mfg Co 
507-8 Ocean Stmshp Co Sav Ln 
509-15 Hinnman Thomas P 

Osborne Joseph D 
516-17 Aven Carl C 

McLarty Marvin W 
518 Empire Elec Co 
519-20 Fischer & Cook 
601-02 McDuffie Philip C 

Citizens Sav B & T Co 

Hohenstein Charles V 

603 Tibbs S T & Co 
Phenix Investment Co 
Akers William 

604 Gilliam Reuben F 

605 Durant Edward M 

606 Parrott George W 

607 Mosler Safe Co, The 
World Book Co 

608-15 Travelers Insurance Co 

617 Southern Letter Co 

618 States Plastering Co 
Doughman Frank A 

619-20 Gaines William W 

Revnolds R Low 
701-4 Chattahoochee Brick Co 
705 Atlanta Soda Co 
706-7 Germania Life Ins Co 
708 Office of Building 

Smith William B 
709-11 Am Iron & Steel Mfg Co 
712-17 Fidelity Mut Life Ins Co 
714 Catron Isaac T Dr 

Duncan J W Dr 
718-19 Black Edward G 

Allen W H 
801-6 Seaboard Air Line Ry 
807-8 Wiliams-Hartsock Co 
809-15 Atlanta Oil & Fert Co 
901-3 Moore Robert & Co 
904 Brown & Brown 

C M & St P Ry 
905-6 Georgia Insurance Agency 

907 Central Cotton Oil Co 

908 Richland Cotton Oil Co 



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Green J Perry 
14 Reserve Ln Life Ins Co 
16 Hunter James L & Co 
20 Maddox & Sims 

4 State Life Ins Co 
6 Fidelity Discount Co 
Purchase Money Note Co 
Sconeld Frank M 
Lambert Hoisting Eng Co 
Higgs Sherwood 
11 Jones & Laughlin Stl Co 
Hopkins Russell 
14 Union Fire Ins Co 

19 American Audit Co The 
Walker Joseph M 
Crowell Frederick B 
2 Hewlett & Dennis 
Spradlin George H 
Battle Clifford G 

5 Loving William G 
Watkins Homer 

Macon, Dublin & Savannah 
8 Smith Charles W 
Stokes Charles A 

11 "Frisco" Lines 
14 Haas Leonard 
Haas Herbert J 
Baker & Folsom 
Folsom L B Estate of 
Mayfleld & Deason 
Brown Thomas B 

20 Cox John W 

2 Broughton Joseph 
5 Ellis James N Dr 
Crowe W A Dr 
Rhodes C A Dr 
Pattillo L T Dr 
7 Davis A H 
Huntt William M 
McClain Charles C 
Gate City Cotton Mills 
Lawrenceville Mfg Co 

12 International Lf Ins Co 
General Accident Ins Co 

-14 Link James A 

Dixon Joseph Crucible Co 
-18 Dixie Plaster Co 
-4 Davis M A Dr 

Davis Homer A Dr 

Cromer James D 
-07 Porter Fertilizer Co 
-11 Turner Malcolm E Dr 

Burkett Ulyses B 
-14 Rudisail Oscar L 
-19 Benson Charles F Dr 

Smith Charles O Dr 

Pitts Thomas H Co 
-2 Germania Fire Ins Co 
-4 Bostwick-Goodell Co The 

Barnhart William L 
-8 Sands & Co Inc 

Hewitt James M 
-14 Mutual Benefit Lf Ins Co 
-16 Jackson Thomas V 

Smart Arthur T 
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Bowler Reuben F 

Weldon Frank 

Ottley & Knowles 

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